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Array I'rovlnt'Ll l.llirury Mul- 81-89
THE NATIONAL ADVERTISER
KNOWS THE BEST MEDIUM-
HE FATHOMiSESTHEHEBALD
Hh CltANBROOK HERALD
A PAPEB FOB THE HGMI-
THE INTERESTS OF CBANBBOOK   FOBEMOST   ALWAYS
VOLUME   21
CltAMlItOOK, B. C, THURSDAY. JANUARY  1.1. 1920
SIX PAGES TODAY
N I' M II E It    I >
GENEST WILL
III1181
ELECTION,  Willi-*-! SPIRIT'
Kit, PASSED OFF VHItV
ORDERLY
FRIENDS OF MAYOHAXTY
ffEDDINO OF IIABRV DORIS
AND MISS  BAKER TOIIK
PLACE  IN  FERNIE TODAY
Tlie wedcllug torik plnco in Fernle
this nlornlhg ut the home of the patents ot thc bride, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
Baker, of Ihelr daughter Florence, to
Mr. Harry Doris, ot tho staff of Hie
Hanson garage, of this olty.
Tho marriage! ceremony was per-1
formed liy Hev. .''other Kennedy, and
the hn'ipy young couple arrived here
ou tho 1.05 (ruin, going direct to thot
homo of the groom's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Thos. Doris, whoro » ffoddlug'
luncheon was served.
Mr. aim Mrs Doris will mulie their I
homo in Cranbrook.
Thoy wero mot at ihu depot by a
CANDIDATES WORK   IIAItI»|„mll|„.,. „r „„. omployooa of the gorge who had un elaborately dtcorled
11
FOR KIMBERLEY
Two Now Kurt's Will 1)0 Ni*i*ii hi
The Council, Messrs.
Hum)   nml  Jones
FOR  .MAYOR
Alfred (idlest    810
Vi. F. Camoron 108
Cienest's majority, is.
POLICE  COMMISSIONER
A. 0. Slinuklnml   212
F. A. Dunn 1»S
Sliaukland's majority, 104.
FOR EXTENSION OF CITY
LIMITS
For    24(1
Against    27
Majority for, 213
nelurning OITIcor, City Clerk Hob-
erts; ,nol lclcrk, S. S. Simpson.
The vote Inst ye"r was Cameron,
14f>; flenest. 105; Cameron's niujor-
Ity. 41.
auto truck and lo It was attached a | (■r.,ll|.,|.    \U|i|li,r**
number of gasoline cans, which atart-
tled everyone on Hulter stroel when
Ihe (ruck, following the cur In which
the young people wore gold,* tn the
home or Mr.  Doris' parents, sturted
on Its journey down the street.
Dist. Associations
Announce Meetings
Affairs nf Punt Year Will bo Cone
(Ivor anil Full Reports Made
as to Expenditures
HERALD ISSUES LATE
TODAY IN ORDER TO
j GIVE ELECTION NEWS
The Herald ."ent to press
later than usual today ln order
to give Its readers the result of
the municipal ejection held today for mayor a.id police com-;
missioned
The interest v/as so graet iti
wns deemed advisable io give'
readers the resu't.
(I ltl.KRS TO LKTIIHKIIIliK
AMI INTEND Til BRING
HACK SOME (IF TIIE PHIZES
j    Two rinks of Cranbrook enthuelaa-
WOI'I.D STIMULATE | tic lovers ot the ciullns game, went
SI I.I.IMN  IH.MHI KVJS \mMflM m the Wg bonsplel being
i held there.
Some haudsonie prlzos wore taken
along, and Cranbrook's reputation lu
this respect wfll be maintained.
It ls expected the local curlers will
bring home sonic   of tho handsome
trophies offered at the 'spell.
Heports from Leihbrldga Tuesday
ANNOUNCEMENT THAT IHO
WORKS Wll. I. HE It LILT
SOON, LOOKED FOlt
Joint
Craig
Eaton
/Vew Director
ot Workers
Would lie Required lo Feed
the Monster Plant
According to
following In the
Rossland Saturday Night Miner, an-j were l0 ,|lt, eBect tlmt u Chinook had
visited that place and tho sport was
not what would be desired.
The following attended from Cranbrook: N. A. Wxlingor, A. C. Shankland and A. S. Word, skip; \V. nat*
cllffo, O, Ritchie, J. Rutherford and
Lemuel Clark, Skip.
The municipal election passed off tjuletly today, the candidates for Mayor W. F. Cameron, to succeed himself, and Alfred Genest, who opposed -Mayor Cameron last year and was
defeated, anil (heir friends, industriously working all day to
capture as many votes as possible.
When the nominations closed on Monday no eomesl was
announced for aldermen, all
going in by acclamation
nonncement is looked for soon ns regards the program of extensions of
the Consolidated Mining and Smelting
Company of Canada, Limited, operating thc big smelter tit Trail, and thc
rich gold mines cf Rossland nnd the
Sullvan mine at Klmberley, near here.
For some time it has been understood that a monster concentrator of
10,000 tons dally capacity would he
built ut Klmberley und a similar mill
of no such great capacity at Rossland. tun just when the works would
be commenced, hus never been stated.
....      . The report following is of interest
meetings ol  the various Dis ,'let As-, ,„ ^^ L,tlz0„s1'becll„s0 of .„„
soc-ladons.      At   these   meetings   the ^^ ^^ ^ of ^^
affairs of the past year will bo gone L,tj, .„,.„„. „,„ •„,.„„„.„„ „, the mlll
Into nnd full reports made as to thejot Klmb.,.lc.y tlirougll the ,arEC num.
ber,i of men tbat would be required
INVERMERE
nouncements u
B,C.i   Jan.   15.—An-! '
! out for the animal {
monies spent, tbe future will be looked  into nntl  the  election  of officers
take place.
Possibly tbe mofit important busl-
to keep the plant going.
The Rossland paper says.
Tbe directors «'' tha Cottfip'ldute i
ness which will come up will be tbe j Mining and Smelling Company ol
possibility of further enlarging and i Canada Limited. In Montreal are dls-
Increasing the capacity of the present j cubing lhe question it tho locn.ioti
General Hospital, it is though $\at th81**4 monstet cdncbn'ratov' Un
that the time has now arrived I tno treatment of tho ores of tha Com-
this important institution ■ *aix*'* mlnes nare »»a*» the newpro-
cess which has revol iliouiged the
low grade properti*?**. ner>, whether
lhe concentrator trill be placed at
Trail or iu Homeland, unci '.be
many
when     tbis     important
should receive more attention than it
lias for some years past.   The Agri-1
cultural    Association    will    probably;
Hon. Dr. King
On a_Visit Here;
Minister oi Works and Member lor.
Cranbrook In 11. ('. Government
" P»js Homr Town a Visit
Hon. Dr. J. H. King. Minister of
Works In thc Oliver Oovernment and
member for Crp.ii brook, was a busl- ]
ness vlBitor to his home town from
Victoria tills week, coming lu last
week*end.
Hon Dr. King while hero was in-
tertvewed by tho local Board of Trade     SS?S.7m.!
m.  nilioi*..    mill    llill    I : fn 11 tilVUlL-     A 111 f 1111(1- _1..V.~ __   -. — .I   ___...__._..     —111.     1.
-UK. HOLDS
have under discussion the possibility j diture neccusary iu erecting the tig
of securing a permanent site for fairs
and tbe erection of suitable buildings
thereon. Tbe Farmerf Inctkuie win ,
most likely deal witli tho ever press-1
lng Question  of whether or not  the!
Alderman A. C, Shankland,
who was a member of the 1019 j
council retired and made the
race for Police Commissioner.
Two new faces, F. A. Dunn, fur
dealer and Edward Jones, contractor will be seen in the new!
places   made   vacant   through:
the retiiement of Messrs. Mc-1
Phereon and Shankland.
Aldermen-elect Dunn was ai
candidate for Police Commiss-'
ioner today, opposing former ■«■»•« *< Wodnosday, January
Alderman  Shankland. j at Athalmer.  The Agricultural Asso*
elation at lhe snnu> hour, day and
place. Tlu1 Hosital Association meeting  will  be  In   tlie ovoning- of  Fri-
The 1020 council is made up
of the following: Measrs, Bal-
moni, .Tones. Dnun. Maopher-
son, Flowers and Bakln,
Alderman Balmo-til is the
holdover member of the Police
Commission.
There was no contest for
members of the Board of School
Trustees, both W. H. Wilson
nnd \V. .1. Atchison Buccedtng
themselves as members of the
board,
Moth candidates for mayor
IsBUpd printed addresses to the
electors,hut no meetings, other
than those of thc supporters of
lhe candidates were held.
Mayor Cameron in his statement, said:
To tho Electors of the City ol Cranhroolt :
it has come lo my knowledge that
oortuln accusationb are bi lnj made:
nmiiiitit myself und lha Police Cow*
ntlBtloners regarding certnln conditions said to be existing in the cily
of c 'riiot.io.-1v
In this rotporl I might say thni !
havo On Hirer OCCasldM taken Hie
matter up with the Deputy Attorney*
a en oral witli n view of obtaining tils
assistance to secure the necessary in*
formation lo obtain evidence wbirh
would bring aboul tho desired results.
When iiicted i premise to have
those matters Utoronghiy InveaUgat-
nt. und   If the  comlliioim  plill   oxlat
us ihey nre reported, steps will be
tnken to Immediately remedy ihem.
\V. R CAMERON,
Mayor,
Mayor-elect Orm-nt was present nt
City  hall  nnd  wap tbe recipient of
numcroita  cOn grail, tat Ion's from  hi!.-,
supportors nnd otbots.   When it'was
Pnnottncod  ho  hnd  been  elected,  n
clioer went up from the iftrgd crowd
whieh had gnthorod oulKidn.
time lias come for lhe establishment
of tbe neueletlB of a creamery.
I The organizations holding meetings
I nnd thc date and place at which they
} will be held, are: Board of Trade,
| on Friday, Feb. 6. at 2.30 in tbe at-
! tornoon, fast time, at Invermere; tho
j Slock Breeder** Association, Thursday. Feb, 12th nt tbe same place and
same hour* Tlie Farmers' Institute
will meet at :t p.m., fast time on the
lst
mill tor the treatment of thp Sullivan mines at Kimberley.
It ic a well known, fact tba*. the
terrific expense in connection with
securing the water necessary for the
mill here might make it necessary to
place It at Trail, and while Mils
would be deplored by everyone having the interests of Rossland at
heart the only ill effect the location
of the mill there would have, would
be Immediate in the loss of the payroll which would follow commence-
m nl of work through the men who
would be employed in construction.
It as been pointed out tbat, should
thf concentrator be located at Trail,
tlie benefit? from the additional train
crews which would have to bo employed in transporting the ore from
•Jils city would be much greater than
the payroll which would result from
tho  enistructkn   of tbo mill  here,
members and the Cranbrook Automobile associaUo Wednesday relative toj
matters of vital interest, to tbe dls- j
trict.
A great many of the improvements
asked for by the two bodies were
promised consideration by tbe visiting
minister. '
ilny, Feb. 13th m   V-nlmor, common- | anfl (be money expendited during Its
ling at S p.m., fast time, construction; that  Uie mill will be
 ,^,    , dfeslgnod specially for tho treatment
of tbo Rossland ores and when once
TIMPOKAKY   SHITIMUVN   AT B tar ted would have lo bo fed w|th
COAI,  CREEK   MINKS, FERNIE ; the ores freni thirty's, mine.
  Tbotiecisionof the officials and tho
[ managemen here will b*? awaited With
intor*st, and while production Is on
Tho mines of Coal Creek, ai Fernle
were idlt Wednesdiv c.fternoon be-
cause of a dispute arising as to
whether miners' officials wore entitled to the privilege of riding In the
Cost Creek train without having to
pay fare to the company, Wm. Potter
;-i'l idant of tho one. who was on
the irain refused to pay his faro and
waj i ni off, many of the miners got-
tlnK og at the same time. When the
mine was reached the miners there
refusi ,1 t<> wortt and a mass meeting
was call led, bul before it was held
a compromise was renchod, it iwlng
agreed thai lhe Controversy would.be
considered by W. ll. Armstrong
director of coal oporatloos for
Dominion government.
tbe increase hero and a greater number of Workers nre being employed
than for Bome Mine, nil are anxious
to learp as to just where thc big milt
Which means so much for the fulure
of Rossland, will bo located.
1NMANS HT A FRIGHT IX
THE COLONY AT THK
K0HTCNKS BEING WARE BY
VITAL  STATISTICS  FOR '10
DISTRICT ARK ANNOUNCED
The vilnl statistics registered in
Ilie Government oillm hero for the
year 1019 aro announced as follows:
Births, 117; marriages, 39; deaths,
It
TIIK  INVERMERE TRAPPERS
l.NVFU.MKHK. B.C., Jan. R—For-
tunes nre bln-j made Ibis yenr by
trnppors In this part. Lately two
troppori cleared up nunc live htmdrce
dollars in a three weeks* bunt, but
0.;cnr Krlckson, a Swede, who bof
boen trnpl-ing . on FIndlay Creek
came tn with thfrty-sl prime matter,
.-ikii!s which be .nromptly sold for $},-
2()(). FIndlay Creek is a tributary of
the Kootenay River to which it debouches ut a point about 35 miles tr
the South of here.
Two IndiniiH. "ne of whom wns well
down and out because of having par*
tn];iii of too much tire water, nnd the
other in a singing mood, took refuge
in the "V" sometime, during tho early
t|)C i hours of Tuesday morning,
thel About 5 o'clock the sonK bird of the
| pair concluded he would render his
j early morning selection und proeced-
I ed lo get busy.
I    The vocalist had some voice and It
ROD AND flUN CUB HELD
ANNTAL MEETING TCESDAY
The annual meeting of tho Cran*
brook Hod and Gun Club, which was
held in tbe City Hall Tuesday evening, was well-attended.
officers wero olected for tho ensuing yenr end business generally WM
transacted.
fairly shook (he corridors, awaking
all those who were sleeping peacefully.
All wore pUZtlOd to know just what
was taking place and some feared one
of lhe colony had gone Insane. Finally two l.uskics ventured forth and
proceeded to Investigate, throwing
the disturbers bodily from the building.
The bljr open fireplace nt thc."Y"
hnd appealed to tbe pair, hut the war-
dauce-llke song did not appeal to the
lodgers at the "Y."       . -   .
SAME IXTKKKS'ilNG STATISTICS
OE THE WEATHER CONDITIONS
GIVEN  BY  A CLOSE OBSERVER
The following figures will be of interest to many who would like to
know how thc weather has been ln
Cranbrook for some time past.
The figures are supplied by Mr. J. j
F. Smith, who closely observes the
climatic conditions from day to day.
The weather for the past week has
been as folows:
January Max      Mln
8 13   —6
9    16   -3
10    17   —3
11    32     x3
12    '. 40     X30
13    i. x35
14 .., 45    X34
The  weather conditions for 11919
were:
Maximum  Minimum
Jau. 19 43   Jan 1 —12
Feb.  16 42   Feb. 24 —86
Mar. 30 60   Mar. 6 — 6
April 27 7.1   April 16 x21
May 21 87   May 10 x2B
June  20 98   June 7 29
July 9, IS, 16 ..96   July 8 x3B
Aug. 17 95   Aug. 23 x38
Sept.   4 79   Sept.   29 xl7
Oct. 7 71   Oct. 27 —3
Nov. 6 10   Nov. 11 —12
Dee.  11 —lfi   Dec.  12 —34
Total rreclpltetlon
Snow   Rain—Inches
1919
Honorary Colonel Sir John Craig Eaton, K 11.. whose upi.ninim.-iu ta
thc Canadian Pacific Railway Company's directorate has been just au*
nouaced, is best known to the mass of the American public as preude&t
'and dominant personality of the T. Baton Co, Ltd, ot Toronto and Winnipeg, the largest departmental institution of the Dominion, for which b's
father, the late Timothy Eaton, fifty years ago hud the foundation. In
official circles Sir John is even better known as probably tin- foremost
Canadian In civilian co-operation with the forces of governmeni during fhe
war period. And in tbe realm of trade be leads as an rxponriu o( scleB'iflc
organization, while at tbe same time recognizing the human equation m 'be
labor factor.
Sir John was born In Toronto April 23, 1S76. receiving his education
In the public schools of his native city and Upper Canada College Ho
began bis commercial career with bis tathor's grow lug pst«MI*liiu'Aut. 'he
business of which has more than doubled in volume under hia admlnJatra*
lion, his individual foresight leading io the opening of the Western honse
at Winnipeg In 1905, and the Mom-ton. N.B., outpost this post season, tn
addition to being president of tbe T. Baton Co., lie Is director of the Domtn*
ion Bank, the Canadlau National Exhibition Association, and Wellealey
Hospital; a member of the Senate of Victoria College, Toronto; an'honorary governor, trustee and member of tbe Finance Committee ol the Torosty
General Hospital; a member ol the Toronto Hoard of Trade and ol 'be
.tion; also oue of Canada's ht".. known
clubmen and sportsmen, with yachting, fishing aud motoring aa bis favorite
forms of recreation. Political honors, though preferred like Caesar's
ciown, he has time again refused.
Knighted June 3, 191'i. lie was incidentally the recipient on Sept., 19th,
1917 of the special decoration of the Navy League, this tiejng an exceptional
honor conferred on but twenty-eight persons in a!! .u~ Empire within Uw
past twenty years. In partial explanation lt will be renicmhererf -hit
early lu the war Sir Joha turned over to the Admiralty bis i.ne prtvat«
yacht, the Florence, which served on the Atlantic Coast patrol undpi ih*
ensign until ao longer required, in the lam autumn oi HH6. During 'ha
war period he also organize I. • quipped and sent overseas the Eaton Ma*
rhino gun batteries: while over $l,ui)0,00ti ot his private fortune ««a ex* »
pended in the maintenance of dependents of Catonluns at Ibe from, tba
weekly payroll exceeding $10,000. Two thousand sis hundred Md eighty*-] J
two voluntary recruits went from Ihe T. Eaton Co.'s eitabllsbiren • to 'hej
war—a man-power little short of three complete battal!on»—(b> splendid
body representing 39.25 per cent of the company's male employees. And
while the men were fighting for flag aid freedom, Sir John provided liber*
ally for their families at horn*1, this wage roll of patriotism '.Tced.ng
$2,000,000 in the ultimate total.
The Inclusion of Sir John Eaton on ihe Canadian Paclfb  t.: morale
gives that pioneer national transcontinental road not onlj .*■."*..-i ein»r-
ienced business general capable of and accustomed to thinking and acting in
large proportions.   It also gives it a man who perhaps iron- than .-.it othi
in the Dominion believes in tbe application of th-*- Golden Rule t0 erer
day affairs and has proven recognition oi the human equation to be sn
cessful policy, in the operation of bis own large concern.-.
KUSKANOOK   CHAPTBH  OF
WAB UORKKKS WIU.
CEA8E TO EXIST
HISTORICAL lUCTCRES
TO BF SHOWN HEBE
Sum Set Aside to Go Towards
the Loral Soldiers* Mem*
mortal Scheme
I A general meeting ef the imperial
! Daughters of the Empire. Kuskanook
1 Chapter, took plac** In the Council
chamber of thc City hall on Friday
! afternoon last. Those present beside
; the regent. Mrs. A. A. Mackinnon. who
' presided, were Mesdames J \V. Burton. C. Taylor, J. S. Brake. J. F. Brld-
' ges, J. M. Coutts and  I. Hanna.
After   the   usual   routine   bnsiiuss.
L arrangements were made for the ex-
: hibition of the travelling salary of
historical  pictures which  will arrive
OH January Mth, and will be sent on
i to Nelson February 9th.
Mesdames Taylor, Brake aud Hanna
were appointed a committee to procure suitable rooms If posrible, the
: Presbyterian schoolroom, the location
being central. The hours for exhibition will bt afternoons from to 0. and
the adtnisElon 10 cents adults, S cents
j school children.
The   secretary   was   instructed   to
i write the school  principal1;  that  tbe
children  be encouraged to view the
pictures while at the  disposal of lhe
local   chapter.      Tlie  treasurers  account showed a bank balance of $197,-
' 91, and c-f tbis amount $150 i.« lic-inp
held  in abeyance as  a donation  for
the local Soldierv' Memorial  scheme.
in view of the small attendance of
the   past   year   and   the  decrease  of
membership, it was carefully considered and deemed the wisest plan to
disorganize the chapter which formulated in 1916 for the purpose of car-
: rylng   on   methodically   Red   CrosB
work.
The following were appointed a
committee: Mesdames A. A. Mackinnon, J. W. Barton. G. Taylor, A. C.
Shankland and J. S. Brake to wind up
the organization.
The National Anthem closed tbe
meeting.
G.W.V.A. Ball to    Vast Extensions
Be a Masquerade!     For the C.P.R.
First Annual Ball of the Loc«l Branch  I'racticr.lli  Kirry fltj ind Ti»™ ol
of the Veterans Will be tn An)  Size AiTntcil hy thr
Preparing for Big
Time on May 24
(onmlttec frea final   Mar  Voter*
an*-' •.--"dati-JD to ll*ie Charge
of Arrangement-*
Elaborate Affair
Moii-fr I'rwrrnm
The local branch of the G.W.V.A..     WINNIPEG,   Jan.
has decided to make its lirst annual! uni1  Improvement
January..,
February..
March ...
A,prll  ....
May  	
June
August ..
September
October ..
November
December
11   In
37  ln
5 In
1*2  In
J.W
.Bf.
,79
.75
-      1.17
-       .18
1-2 in      .25
—       —.39
8 In       .47
62 In   8.25
Ten  inches of snow Is equivalent
to 1 inch of rain.
ball, to be held on Friday, February
13th, a masquerade affair. The committee feels that this will probably
be the most popular form ot enter*
talnment In view of the fact that nothing of thlg kind has taken place here
for some time past.
An attempt will be made to decorate
the Auditorium In a little more attractive manner than usual In bringing in original ideas fror the Overseas
experience of the veterans.
Four .prizes will be given and no
| doubt this will stimulate somewhat
i the strfe to excel In whatever charnc-
| ter the individual may see fit to im*
| personate.
It Is not Intended to give or prepare an elaborate supper, but provls-
SIIII1 M/ttECK COSTS LIVES
OF OYER FOIH HUNDRED
h\ ROCHKLLE, Franco, Jan. 14.—
More than four hundred lives were
lost in the wreck of the staomer Af-
v|(|uc oil the rocki-i of llonne Shoal
In the Hay of Biscay. Only 57 survivors aro knowu to hn evlandod.
Hope for tho rest ot tho passengers
ind crew of the Ill-fated vessel If
abnndoaed.
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY'S
WAR, EMPLOYMENT FIACRES
Figures revised up to tho end of
December, 1919. of C.P.R. employees'
war record, and tke qpfeloyment of
toldiers discharged frejm thc army,
have Just been issued, as follows:
Total reported aa jol-fLf-jthe army.
10,875; dead, 1,042; wcS^l, 2,045;
re-employed in the sfftco, 6,463;
other soldiers given employment, 8,*
137; total soldiers given employment
to date, 14,600.
SMALL FOX AT ROSSLAND
Several cases of small pox havo developed at Rossland. B.C., but the disease It said to he te a nlld form.
Great preparation- are being medc
for the annual celebration tr; be held
In (.ranbrook on the 24th of May
Tlie arran«ements arc now under
way because It fs planned to make the
affair a success from every piont of
view, it not beng the intention of
the committee made up from umong
thc members of the Great War Veteran*' Association to have it said of
them that had they been attlve sooner
some attraction or another might
have been secured. It ia planned to
make the celebration one that will go
down in iiinlory as the best of the kind
ever held In Cranbrook
Netotfations are now in p'ogres*
w|lfa the Calgary Boxing Commission,
it l*tnr; planned to secure some of
the u- t talent available for a first
class glove content. It Is a well*
known fact that the Calgary commission ls made up of some of the very
"Dr P. W. QMM ol Cranbrook, bit*  bM, |,„8ln0,K mPn „„„ ,,,„„ ,„ ,,,„„
been mad*- honorary president of the;
GW.V.A. of that  place     fir. Green Is'
14.—Extensions j
i the Canadian
Pack' Railway system. Involving an
outlay of several million-, of dollars,,
and putting the company back on aj
pre-war basis of construction, is on-J
nounced by D. C. Coleman, western
vice-president at Fcit Wlllar.1,
Practically every city and town ofj
any size is affected and will benefit'
from   t.'.e   huge   rrogrnm.
AVERS OIK OWN IMM TOR
l.'lll.FX  COULD WIN OUT FOR    j
ANV OFFICE IN THE DISTRICT j
say
te     Kamloops    Standard*SentInol
of our own Dr. F W. Green:    j
sport.
Tbe 24th of May come-- on Monday
ion is being made so that suitable re- ( one of iho most popular men tn GMtU^ yt,ar an(j jn view „f ,j,ih fa(,t |t
frushments wll be served.
It is quite possible- that arrange- ■
ments will be made to serve the re-'
frcshments on the stage as in pre war
days. This would obviate the necessity of being exposed to bad weather
in case the night wns not favorablo.
Kootenay  nnd   were  he  so  Inclined.   u  anticipated  •*•   attendance  from
could  win  nut for almost any office ( noints ouuide Cranbrook will be un*
i usually large.
If arrangements are perfected to
give a boxing exhibition It is quite
likeley such noted artists as Charley
McCarthy, Harry Anderson and Corns
Tate will bt seen, the latter now be-
in  the rll'-rfct"
PRICE I'l EGGS NOT LIKELY
TO BECOME LOWER VERY SOON
"lien  fruit" continues to retail at
MARTIAL LAW DECLARED
THROUGHOUT GERMANY
EXCEPTING A FEW PLACES
I ,
one dollar the dozen, nnd with whaet. Ug In Minneapolis but would have to
come here to defend hia title as the
lightweight champion of Canada.
Tho program will be most elaborate
according to present plans and the
committee is sending a representative
to Spokane to make arrangements if
possible for the securing of a midway aggregation.
*•■! ",o per htinllred Ibt. and Its possible
increase to $6.60 In a week or so, to*
aether witli other Iilgh*prtced feeds,
the price is not likely to be materially reduced for some time.
f. A  4-   -Jl /»>  £<£ * t*> f, 0% if. ^ tp. 0 4 ep
COMING EVPJNT8 4
I ♦ < ♦♦<*♦♦♦♦*♦'♦♦ 4V ♦♦ ♦♦, 41
PARIS, Jan. 14.--Marlial law has
been declared throughout Germany.
with the exception of Bavaria, Saxony
Wurtcmburg and Baden.
During   the  demonstration   beforo
the relchstag building in Berlin yes-j    RAG  DANCE—Ladles Auxiliary* to
terday, two policemen were killed and: the G.W.V.A. in  Veterans' hall  Fri-
two are missing.     Ten Others were day evening. January 23rd.
wounded. |    ANNUAL RAMj-Oraat War Vcter*
Twenty   members   of   the   crowd, una', February 13.
which  attempted to rush  lnln tho     CELEBRATION—Watch for tlte aa-
building were killed and forty wound- nouncement of the 34th ot Mar -**©•
ed . ond Annual Cattbratlon.
-GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY**
CAMPAIGN IS POSTUPONED
It has been decided to postpone the
"Go to Church Sunday" campaign until a few weeks later ae one of the
ministers la away from the city.
It was found toapomlbte to fully or
laako far <flw eomtag Sunday. PAGE   T tt «
T HE    IJKAS U K 0 0 K    II E R A L »
Thursday, January 15, 1930
Your Next
Phonograph
Will be a
BrunswicK
Find out WHY
Call To-DAY
Raworth Bros.
Jewelers A Opticians
Next to the Fomorfice.
Che Cranbrook fierald
Published Evory
WILL A   GU,ETSON
WILL A. i;i.LHTSil\,
...Kililot
IHSt Mk'r
later years brine Indevnitely greator
rewards In proportion to ability.   The
same condition   holt;(;  irikkI   ln  tho
clerical departments of other lines ot
industry as well as in mercantile and
flnnncir^ Institutions.   DtuVkltig wtfrk
can also be curried on to a comparatively advanced  aRC and   In  Canada
pensions are provided tor retired employees.   Considering the early age at
which  beginners  are  employed,  the
financial rewards compare well with
i thoso of other occupations,   Where a
! future is assured by certainty of employment, as In the service of the Oov-
[ eminent  and of such large financial
' institutions  as  tlie Canadian  banks,
: earnings in years of prosperity may
j not be so large as in other lines of
endeavor, but over a long period they
may be as good if not better.
it is curious to sec a labor movement iu tiie hanking Held, because
banks are Institutions Tor the collection nnd lnvestmout of capital. The
threat of a tying up of banking service because of a strike would also lie
a novelty to the public mind. Perhaps it would not be an linmlxotl evil,
however, as the public is always prone
to underestimate the usefulness of institutions which havo become such
an essential part of everyday life.
BANK MONEY ORDERS
A safe and cheap way ol remitting money i* by
Bank Money Orders.
When sending even small amounts always safeguard yourself by having a Bank Money Order
receipt.
This Bank issues money orders payable in almost
auy part of the world.   Ask at our nearest branch,    sot
IMPERIAL BANK
Cranbrook Branch,
OF CANADA ^^^^^
•        B, E. Howard, Manager.
Sub*Atftncf at Klmberley.
NATURAL GAS DEVELOPMENT
"Wllh   it   MlMlont   Wltbt.ul   u   Hutlle"
I'rlutfil  \>y   I'nlun  l.nbur
SabscrlpUuu Trice, -12.041 a Vear
Subscription Price, I.N., L&50 a Vear
Advertising   Rates
Changes for Advartlsl
thin offi.'i- Wednesday i
week ti) secure Htteiit.
oh     Applies
ns MUST
No letters to Die editor will be Inserted except over the proper nic until re
nnd address of the writer. Ttie rule
admits of no exception.
CRANBROOK, BRITISH COLUMBIA
THURSDAY, JANUARY  15, 1920
BANK CLERKS IN  LABOR  UNIONS
Labor organizers have heen endeavoring for some weeks poet to form
unions of hank clerks in Montreal and
Toronto. Tlie meetings liavo lieen
well attended, hut comparatively few
have joined the new organizations,
i-ays the Monetary Times, of Toronto.
It la no secret that during ttie past
two or three years bank employees
havo shared tho discontent whieh has
lieen widespread, and trades unionism, fnlowing up Its success in thc
Held of manual work, finds this an
opportune tlmo to try tn strengthen
iisilf by bringing in clerical workers.
Thus far no attempt to organize Iv-nik
clerks Ims succeeded, though a considerable one was made about 1911.
Kecause the large amount of purely
clerical work, and tlie fuct that ttie
different stages are fairly standardized, success seems unite possible,
Hut when we go hack to examine
what has caused the growth ot trades
unionism, certain differences between
factory work and that of bank clei%fl
are apparent. Trades unions arose
as the step from the unemployed to
the employing classes becume Increasingly difficult This was tiie result of the organization of industry on
a large scale; considerable capital
was required, coupled with skill and
experience in munuguueut, finance
and marketing. The manual work,
on the other hand, became simpler
rather than more difficult, bcokuse tlie
factory worker as a general rule did
not even understand the machine
he operated, much less thc wider conditions under which the business was
conducted. Formerly, the ambitious
workman passed from ttie stupe of ap'
prentice to that of Journeyman, and
from that of journcymnn to that of
master workman, with little difficulty,
because each stage i rained him for
tho next The now situation meant
tisiti lie would always be mi employee,
and in recognition of that fact that
ail faclory workers, and more especially those In a Blnglo industry, hud
Interests in common, trades unions
wero organized and thrived,
This condition is not found in banking, where there is a direct path of
promotion from the lowest to the
highest rank. Earnings In tho earlier
years of service are lower than the
wages of unskilled labor, because the
STATE INSURANCE
On page three of the Herald today
forth   reasons numerous  apparently
will be found sin advortisemcnl sotting
I very good ones -why the proposed act
' to bring into being state insurance
. should not become law,
! The Herald is not prepared to say
' whether or not the act as proposed
! ogers the relief for which it is sup-
| posed to ho doslgnod to give, but cor-
I tain Iy if one-fourth of thc thirty-do
j reasons set forth In tho advertisement
I are correct,  the   Legislature  should
go slow.
If ever an aci .proposed savored of
class legislation, Hits act Is one of
that class from what can he gained
from tho reasons given as above slated, why it should not became a law.
It would bi- well for citizens generally to give the proposed new order of things some careful study; at
least the House should not acl until
the people have had tills chance.
All cufidldates iu election contests
cannot win, but tl is Imped that Hie
officials chosen to direct the destinies
of Ihe best city in the Interior will ro
to it hammer and tongs to make 1820
a banner year. If thoy do this they
will receive t\u. thanks of a multitude
of citizens who want to see Crnnbrook
progres.
FROH THK  VIEW-POINT OF
OIK CONTEHPOmitlKS
hearting  . hlM/ation
Bul the League exists, nevertheless,
and will continue to exist, with such
nations as Great Britain, France, Italy
and the lesser .powers of Europe, Asia
and Latin America within the scope;
of lis .protecting influence. But we j
arc not in it because Uie Wilson-1
haters in tlie Senate preferred to put'
us lu ttie attitude of saying to the rest.
of thc world:
"Wc did what we could to vanquish tlie Huns; we contributed our
full share in precious lives and in
Monty to help win tbe war, but you
must do Hie rest. We are through!
If you want the terms of peace enforced, go ahead and enforce them.
If you want the territorial integrity
of Helglum, Ktrviii. Houmania aud
Poland protected and safeguarded,
do what you mny to that end. Hut
count us out"
The first discovery of natural gas
In Uie Province of Alberla of whicli
i we have record, took place ln May,
; 1884. at Aldersou, a station on the
main I Uie of the C.P.R., 35 miles west
ul Medicine Hut. Tbe railway cou-
structon gang, boring for water,
struck a heavy pocket of gas at a
depth of 1,-JOu feet. A little later in
the name year, gas was also discovered at Casalls, tf miles further west,
but while this well won choked, that
at Alderson continued to flow for
many years. i
Iu J sno. Medicine Hat, then but a
liinall town, sank a well and found a
small supply at 700 feet; four years
: later another attempt was made, and
history   tells how   at the   eleventh
: hour, with money all spent—facing
bankruptcy—and deapat* and gloom
lu thc hearts of the mayor and city
1 council, a sensational, flow was uu-
| covered at a depth of twelve to thirties hundred feet.   The cheap, apparently unlimited fuel supply, both
lor  commercial  and domestic  purposes, ia largely accountable for that
city's growth and present prosperous
ion di Hon.
There are several known gas fields
lu the Province of Alberta, but as yet
only two have beep utilised for commercial purpose* to any considerable
extent, namely, the Medicine Hat and
Bow island Fields. Bow Island lies
on lhe railway line about half way
between Medllone Hat and Letb-
bridge, 180 miles south-east ot Calgary,
ln 1912 the supply was piped Into
tlie eity of Calgary, aa well aa distributed en route to the city of Leth-
bridge, Macleod and other towns,
where it is used for hotb domestic
and eommercial purposes.
In the neighborhood of Pellican
Hap.ds. Athabasca River, gas springs
were known at least a century ago,
aud travellers going up and down tbe
river, into lhe Peace River Country
have cooked (heir meals there. Further well-known gas reserves are the
Foremost Field, south of Bow Island,
the Barnwell Field, midway between
Bow Island and Leihbrldgc and the
Viking Field, S3 miles east of Edmonton, and were It not for the difficulty
of obtaining adequate piping, il in
probable thai ibis supply would have
been utilized two or three years ago
to furnish light, heat and power to
Alberta's capital.
Prospecting is row going on iu the
Monarch Field, to miles southwest
of Calgary, and at tbe Okotoks Field
27 miles south. Along tbe foothills of the Kocky Mountains, lu the
vicinity of the apex of a well definite anticline similar to that one in
the Okotoks Field, there are many
pronounced gas seepages, and It
seems probable that as in the formei
field, which bad also a gas seepage,
it will he a commercial producer.
The Imperial Oil Co. has commenced prospecting for petroleum
along the last mentioned anticline,
and it is Ptaled, intends to carry vl-}
goroua prospect! ns from the Inter-!
national Iloundary northwards t'i
Hudson Hope on the Peace River,
The production of both pctrotenm
nnd natural gas ^eems favorable Th's
company also proposes further n-ns-
peeling at oilier Paris away from 'h*»
mountains where ii has selected
grounds fni oneratlon. In many
parts of lhe province In drllllnc for
poiroleum. gas has been found: and
TWKMTI XEABft 100
Extract* from th* Cranbrook
Herald of this date, 18M
The North Star Branch Is rapidly
ncnrlng completion and It Is expected
rails will be laid into Klmberley by
January 25th.
N, Hanson and A. B. Penwlck have
purchased the site of the old International hotel at Fernle and will build
a tine hotel building.
Messrs. Hoble and KnB were given
a great sendoff Sunday afternoon
when they departed for the East. Fully one hundred friends gathered at
the depot to say farewell and cheer
them on their way. "'
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
has received Its second book safe and
has it placed In commission. It
weghs .1000 .pnuudB and It wus necessary to cut out a section of the build-
lnK at one end to got It Inside.
Dye Old, Faded
Dress Material
"Diamond Dyes" Make Shabby Apparel
Stylish and New—So Easy Too.
Gas Well at Medicine Hat,
Alberta.
indications are that there is an Immense gas Held remaining jet to be
tapped. Uie exact location, size and
probable capacity of which ean only
Ih1 proven by testing.
According lo the report ot the
Canadian Qjirenu ol Mines, in 1918,
ihere was produced -U 78,947,000
cubic feet valued al $1,037,919, which
is equivalent to 23.7c, por thousand
cubic feet—thu heat that could he
ihtatnrri from upwards of two hundred Ihoiisnud ions of coal.
The Natural Gases of All»eria are
'mown ns ",wet" and "dry." The
Conner I,* a profitable source of gas
! 1 ne. a nd a I ready a consldc rable
tinounl of that fluid has been pro-
duced, with a probable greatly increased production tn tbe near future. The Medicine Hat and Bow
Island Fields are "dry," but there ls
uo reason to conclude that much of
■ l.e ens yet to be found will be "dry"
-railn-r the reverse.
Helium, a non-combustible gae,
very n«nrly as light as hvdrogen and
Invalunb'o for balloons, lias heen oi-
trarted in considerable tiuaitity from
ij.e Itow island gas nt Calgary, and
sh'.pird to 0real Britain for war pur.
poses. The termination of the war,
has slopped lhe manufacture, mob-
aflily. however, only temporarily.   . —
community.     It is education, trained
brains, that are going to tell In tlu
  progress of nations In the future, and
For shame on every senator who,, Canada cannot afford to lag behind.—
Kingston Standard,
WHIST DKI.VK ANO DANCfi AT
(iiitisT nnmii unjoyaih.e
because of his personal hatred of thi
President, voted to put us in the disgraceful category of deserting civilization!   Atlanta Constitution,
Trained Brain*
The Premier is right In saying it b
a tragedy that 90 pier edit, of the
public school pupils never get beyond
them, and anything be can do to alter
tliis  wilt  be for the  welfare of the
UMTKIt WOMEN'S MISSIONAIIY
HUT LAST HtlllAY Al'TKRNOOK
The resumption of the fortnightly
whist drive and danco under the auspices of Christ church was extremely popular on Wednesday evening last,
when a large crowd turned out to enjoy a thoroughly happy evening at
A Culled Women's Missionary meet-' Parish halt.
Ing was held In the Presbyterian Mr. E. il. l.eamun captured the gen-
church school room hist Friday after- to Miss .Muriel Walinger,
noon. Mrs. Harry AVhlto presiding.* Good music was furnished and Mr.
The meetiiiit was In connection  wltll- Walllnger handled tlu   lloor a r range-
io   excellent   attendance   bespoke  J,,rw-   lrt   .... w   ..,_
Interest of the members of the THERE  IS  ONLY ONE
GENUINE ASPIRIN
the Forward Movement and comprised the members of the mission circles
of  the   Methodist, Anglican,  Presby-
t torlnn end BaptlBt churches.
The   excellent
1 	
circle:. short accounts of the work
of tin respective missionary societies
represented by lhe various denominations were submitted hy Mesdames
j j. K Uridges, llapllst; Hodgson,
Mothodlst;   A.  McKinnon.  Preshyter-
■ inn; Miles. Anglican.
Much enthusiasm was evinced and
n- ii  prayerful  Iniorost  was evdont
: Mrs. Sinclair closed tho meeting by
delivering nn Inspiration at talk on
the "Doilnltlon, Reason Por, nnd fir-
ciinntaiiecs Uadlng to a Missionary |
( Conversion.
i    Miss I,. M. Smith rendered a much
| appreciated solo.
11 was suggested that this successful meeting become the initial gathering of similar ones held quarterly
lu the various churches.
incuts in good
ed the crowd -
Ibis season.
ityle,   It wus estimates the largest so fnr
Only Tabids with "Bayer Crois'
are Aspirin—No others!
BRIER 	
S«OKINCfTbaWXD
Willi BI.KVY A HI HUM ANK
AT TIMUS HUNT OF WKKK
The wind blew a regular hurricane
, at times during the first part of the
! weoli and the complaint was general
that tbe dust was becoming annoying.
i Just one of tlir harbingers of un early
i Sprlng.accordlng tnlndiaas who wotre
' lu the city the first of the week—und
J they seldom fall aa weather prophets.
If you don't see the "Bayer Cross"
on thc tablet--, refuse tliein—they are
not Aspirin at nil.
Insist on t-eauiiie "Ilayer Tablets of
Aspirin" plainly stamped with the safety
"Bayer Cross"—Aspirin prescribed by
physicians for nineteen years nnd proved
safe hy millions for Headache, loath-
nclio, Knmehfli  Rheumatism, lannhngo,
CohU,    Neuritis,    ami    Pain    generally.
Handy tin boxes of 1*2 tablets—also,
larger "Bayer" packages. Made in
Cannda.
Aspirin is the trade mark (registered
in Canada), of Bayer Manufacture of
Monoaccticncldester of Sallcylicacld.
While it is well kimwn that Aspirin
means Mayer manufacture, to assist the
public against Imitation!, the Tablets of
Bayer Company, Ltd., will be stamped
with   their  general  trade  mark, the
Don't worry about perfect results.
Use "Diamond Dyes," guaranteed to give
a new, rich, fadeless color to any fabric,
whether wool, silk, linen, cotton or mixed
goods,—dresses, blouses, stocking.*, skirts,
children's coats, draperies,-—everything!
A Direction Book Is In package.
To match any material, have dealer
show you "-Diamond Dye" Color Card.
THIS
IS WORTH
REPEATING
Mrs. Hall uses butter she makes
with Pacltlc Milk, because, as she
says, "This new way it (the butter)
Is cheaper than lard."
Wc have been wondering If any
other women have tried Pacific Milk
Butter for baking and cooking.
It really docR cut the butter bill
In two
PACIFIC MILK CO,
LIMITED
Factory at Udaer, B. C.
B. C. FRUITS
IN B. C. CANS
QUAKER BBAND
fruits are from British Columbia's best orchards and gardens
canned here the day they are
picked.
Even the cans ore made in our
own Province. Ask your grocer
for
QPAEEK BB.4M)
Raspberries. You'll like the sun-
ripened, fresh, aweet pungency of
this good fruit, with none ot the
bltternes and sourness usually
round In canned raspberries.
Put Up In
British foloBkla liy
llomlnloB fanners B. C, Ltd.
Vancouver, B. C.
CHAS. S. PARKER
Forwarding and Distributing
Agent for
UtkkrMf • ul Siwaatt CmI
laptrUOIICo.
DUtrtutWa Cars a tpeeUlty.
Draylng and Transferring
OlTtn prompt attention
Phono II
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
Dn. fines & MacKinnon
I'hjilrlai, ail SurgeeM
Olllce at residence, Armstrong
Avenue
OKPU.'E HOURS
Forenoons   9.00 to 10.00
Afternoons  2.00 to   1.00
Ercnlugs 7.10 to  1,10
Sundays   3.10 to   4.80
CRANBROOK, B. C.
DH. K. B. MILES
DENTIST
once ln Hanson Block
OFFICE HOURS
• to 12. a.m.
1 to   6 p.m.
CRANBROOK. B.C.
Buy
Shoes
Now
And Save
$5 and $6 Per Pair
When placing our order last (all (or Spring delivery
ne had to pay more than we are now m-IIIiik them (or,
no you ran see at a Klauee what In going to lie the result.
An there Is little change ln style* In both Women'*
and Men's, It will he to your great advantage to investigate now.
-fltrtliotitst Clitirfl)
Sl'NUAY NEXT
11 A.M*, DIVINE WORSHIP
7ll0 P. M.—Divine Worship.
Preacher: REV. R. W. LEE
You are Invited
PRESBYTERIAN
Church
Rev. Hugh McKay Lyon, Minister.
SUNDAY NEXT
11 a. m.   Divine Service
12 noon   Sabbath School
7,30 p. m. Evening Service
F. M. MACPHERSON
Undertaker
Pkoie IU
Norhary An, atit to Clly Hell
M.A.I8, SPECiriCATIOKB,
ESTIMATES   AND
8UriBIl.TENDA.tCE
Beaodelllag aad Bepalr, a
i. r. aucHCKOiT
New Clothes for Old
Send un your garmentN to he (leaned. Dyed or  $
Pressed and save the priee o( new.
Cranbrook gleaners * Dyers
P.  IV.  WILLIS,  Manner.
Foremost Cleaners and Dyers ol Everything
Phone 1S7 CRANBROOK,  B. C. Box 72    4
IQ>t%>' "»V' mt)j}0imtt%,L w*t\   ms4mp,mtlw.,,mtt%i *+/&
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
ot Canada Limited
Offices, Smelting and Refining Department
TRAIL, BRITISH COLUMBIA
SMELTERS     AND     REFINERS
Purchasers ot Gold, Silver, Copper aad Lead Orel
Producers ol Gold, Silver, Copper, Blaeitoae, Pig Lead and
Mae --TADASAC" Bread.
HM^naataalBBa Thursday, Jnnuury la, 11120
THE    C It AN BR (XU,     II I  I! A I  ll
p x u e   t ii it i: i
MINING-SMELTING
,i\Vt L..e j,»e6uiu prevailing good
weather which is roporietl general in
nil mining sections, there appears to
be unusual interest manifested everywhere by prospectors and mlue-own-
ers.
Only in some of tbe sections where
snow is necessary in order to permit of tht rawhlding uf ore to tho
transportation lines, is the work of
shipping nnd development bolng re-
larded.'
Tho lute increase in tho price ot
stiver hus also g'ven un Imeptus lo
Ihat tot in of tlie industry and the silver producers continue iu net acme.
Prospectors are organizing tliom-
ttelves io promote hotter uinlei-slnnd-
iu.i' ami from the organizations greater activity by tho men who ltoop tho
industry growing is oxpoctud to result.
New (upper .Mill ot' t'ous.-llduied
t'ompunv ul Trail In I inter tt'nj
uiu bliu I or u.i- new coper mill
of iiic Consolidated Mining and Smelting Company o( Canada United, ai
Trail lias been selected and the new
mill is now lu course of construction,
ii wilt en built uf steel and concrete
aud will coal $60,000, It bong plan:
neu for greater capacity than the old
111,11, u-idou waa ticstrnped by lire
bonietinio ago,
Mr. V. Hopkins lu; -t taken over the '
sujtcriutendency of the electrical department ut tiie biy smelter. He has
ior the past nve years beer, aseociated
with oiiy of the lar&OBt Imperial nni-
nuiuu plants iu buglund. Owing to
uie iuu ihul the scope of the olec-
ttoi/uc process of oro treatment In
w...!a.iniy widening, Mr. Hopkins'
duties wll be of urst importance.
lius Hie iMIy Yardeu .Mine
Jitua Stuiul   jwvon Says u llu*
If retorts in circulation in mining
circtes rtceuiiy ure uuy cruerion of
what may be expected, there ean bo
no no in.; that there will be marked
autiviLy in uie Alice Arm region next
season. It hus been suued thut tlie
Dotiy Vardon mme has been sold to
nLttus.y jiasLreu catitalists and that
met nurjorii) of me outer properties
tii luo locaUtj; un.e bee.i uouui-u. As
to me L'oiiy varuiib it .6 emphatically
stated by mi. a. j. r. iayior, presi-
aeni uf u.e o.mjiig bcnuauy, *.»..*,L im.
mine Las nc bean ej.u and u„.i
there is no piesent intention uf dis-
J.O..H.JJ oi it. Of the other reports it
is ktariied autuoritativaiy that the
Tiger and La3t Chance mineral claims
Bltuated adjauent io the Ujliy Vurdeu,
haev ib*eu bonded hy Eastern American interests and will be thoroughly
:, lored this year.
i a.'ud.i Copper Company's Big
Plant ut l'rlritet°n .Near lo-n-veltiou
'iliiat the Canada Coper Co. has
proceeded witli the construction of its
concentrating mill aad the development and equipment # the mine at
Coper Mountain, Princeton, as far as
porsslblo without a railroad and elect-
trie energy, is reported from that
place. The mill Haa a capacity of
2,000 tons dally and is precUcally
complete.   In tho meantime ihe con-
rn.vii, s.Mt.i/mt RETURNS
FOR THE PAST WEEK
The following is a list of tho ore
received ut Trail Smelter during
tho week ending December 31st.
1919:
Minn,     Location Gross Tons.
Rossland Properties. Hosstand 8686
G!>7
.110!)
.lostc. Rossland
; Emma. Coltern   ^^^^^^^^
| Lo Hone. Alice Arm         22
Lincoln.   Blaylock        89
Mloly Gibacn, Kttto Lnsding ..    .ifi
Mil'le Mao, Burton     23
orth star  Kimberley   20'
a ndlse, Athalmer       m
liver Be 1. fcvrtcky   38
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ii   (' 1'otn       599
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p ih star Ki" berley  171
t 'rmagani Athalmer  43
d &''hi    Mhnlmor     89
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Btructlon of the railroad to cost $1-
000,000 or more, and of tha powe*
'■ne *o cost at least $200,000, Is proceeding steadily. Some 500 men are
'.nr loyetf on the railroad. Half of
the construction has boen completed
Including much of the tunnel which
will be several thousand feet in
length. A Inrgo gangi nf men is employed on the .power line between
Greenwood and Princeton. Thi: woffc
Was tarted Inst Spring. It Is believed
fhn* th(j railroad and power line will
he ready for operation by this summer w-hen thc Ccnnda Coper Com
pany will bo in a position to com.
mence tn<? production of ore ond con
contratps and great activity will fol
tow.
TO'OAV
tn medicines, ai In every other
necessity, tha public is ant tailed
witn nothing but the best 1 Thii
•iplalnB the ever-Increasing demand
lor Zam-Buk. Not only li thii
gnat balm tbe beat household
remedy today, but lt le alio tbe
moil economical.
ZamHuk's superiority te due to
Ua (act tbat It Is all tjn-jdictne, containing none of the coarse animal
fata or harsb mineral drugs found
In ordinary ointments. Again, tbe
medicinal properties aro so highly
concentrated that they coutuln the
maximum amount of healing, soothing and antlieptlc power, to tbat a
little of this balm goes a long way.
Another reason why Zam-Buk Is
most economical. It will keop Indefinitely and retain to the last Its
strength and purity. Best for skin
diseases snd Injuries, blood-polsm-
lngaml piles.   All dealers, 60c. box.
l.r.CJU. NOTICKS
NOTI-TK
Notice Is hereby given that an application will be made to tlie Legislative Assembly of tbo Province of
British Columbia nt the next session
on behalf of tho Am lOhtlon of professional Engineers of British Columbia for a Private Bill to incorporate
tho fluid A.'ioclntlon, thc raid hill to
bo known as THE BRITISH COLUMBIA ENGINEERING PROFESSION
ACT for the purposes of governing
and regulating tiie practice of Civil,
Mining, Metalurglcal, Mechanical and
Chemical Engineering in the Province of British Columbia, and the qualification, examination and registration
of Intending .practloners, the discipline of Its members and for the acquiring of real and personal properly
find the disposal of the same and for
tbo general managemcnl of the Association
PATL'H at Uio City of Vancouver,
p. C, thla 6th day of December, A. D,,
1919.
H. S. TOB1N.
Of tho firm of Pnttullo £ Tobln,
Solicitors lor tbe Applicants.
.UMMtl
Syndicate Mnst Consider Uie
Cariboo Section Ecellent Territory
The Bryee Syndicate, which is developing gold quartz .properties on
Prosrerlne Mountain, near Barktr-
ville. now has options on the Dufferin
group of rlr.ims as well as the Independence nnd Imperial ©roups. This.
-re=nmably, pretty well rounds on'
their holdings end makes the property
-• b'g thing If the work now In pro-
gross results satisfactorily. Con-
tracts for threo 500-foot tunnels are
• -ndor way, two cr which nre in over
10^ feet each. A lot of surface
'reaching on the strike of the'vein?
vflFt nlpo been done nnd two diamond
drills are en route to the property.
Tliomn« IL -Jackson, of Nanaimo,
Made Inspector of Mine* at Coast
To fill tbe poMton rendered vacant
by :he recent death of Mr. John Newton. Inspector of mines for tbe Const
Inspection District, the Provincial
cnblnot hns authorized the appointment nf Mr. Thomas It. Jackson, manager of No. 1 mine of tho Western
Fuel Company, Nanaimo.
The now appointee is popular 'n the
rou! m'no industry al Nanaimo nnd
''ii long practical eperlence peculiar.
ly fits h'm for tho now offleo. It
'102 ho commenced coal mlnng nt
'"■■trIo" and 1if has proeres^ed stead-
lly 'hroiitrb the various grades to tbe
rositlon of mine manager, being po-
ctessed of nil tho requisite certificates
of competency, He Is president of
liie Vancouver Island Mine Safety Association in tho work of whicli he
has always taken n keen interOBt
Vancouver Men Wfll Develop
Claims on Princes!* Royal Island
A syndicate of Vancouver bu si nous
men hns beon organized nnd Incorporated at tllfl Wlinle Channel Mines
Co.totnko over ami develop six mln-
eral claims situated on Princess Royal Island, about three ttttlos north nf
the Bclmont-Surf Inlet property. It
(h raid that tbe orc-benrlng Innd is
nbout twelve foct In Width, and that
it hus been traced for a distance of
3,500 feet.
A force of men t. bolnB sent north
Immediately to centime work on a
tunnel which Is being driven for 3,-
500 foct.
Florence Silver Mining Company
Ilcsumes Operations, Mays Report
Tlie Florence Silver Mining Company haa resumed operation of Its
mine and mill, situated ou Princess
Crook. This property has boen closed
down to/ some time owing to plant
trouble owing to the sever cold snap
during the early .part of December.
I.ciile-4  Klrh  Strike  \Un
Made In tlu- Boll) Vurdeu Mine
Mr. A. .1. T. Taylor, president of
tbe Taylor Mining Company, operating the Holly Vardon Mine, emphatically denies thnt thero wns any
truth In tbo Htatemeiit tli.-i a discovery of such rlchhcas had been
made on the property im recently appeared la av Vnocottvtr mk-    No
Good and Sufficient Reasons
Why State Insurance Should Fail
18.
II).
SO.
21.
22.
24.
88r*
89.-
•Me-
31.-
S2.-
33.-
e—IT COVERS ONLY A PORTION OF THE WAGE EARNERS.
,—A PLAN WORKED OCT KV POLITICIANS TO CREATE 1VOBK (PJR THEMSELVES.
—A STEP TOWARDS AITOCBACV.
—AN ATTEMPT TO ENSLAVE THE PLAIN PEOPLE.
—AN ACT TO PROVE WORKWOMEN AS INCOMPETKNT CITIZENS.
—A PLAN TO KOIKE STATE MEDICAL ATTENTION UPON PERSONS WHO DO NOT WANT IT.
—A PLAN TO HAVE JOB-HOLDING POLITICIANS INSPECT VOIR HOME.
—AN INSINUATION THAT A WAGE-EARNER IS A COMMERCIAL COMMODITY.
—A PLAN TO MAKE OUTCASTS OF MEMBERS OF VOIR FAMILY.
—CLASS LEGISLATION.
—A PLAN TO PROTECT THE REGULAR EMPLOYEES-ONLY.
—A PLAN TO WASTE FUNDS SO AS TO CREATE A POLITICAL MONOPOLY.
—A PLAN TO BEFOG FRATERNAL MEN BY STATISTICS.
—A PLAN TO INCREASE THE STATE TAX. )
—A PLAN TO DESTROY BENEFICIAL FRATERNAL INSURANCE SOCIETIES.
-A PLAN TO PREVENT FRATERNAL MEN FROM ENJOYING THE BENEFITS OF THEIR VOLUNTARY
EFFORTS.
-A PLAN TO STIFLE TIIE BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM OF FRATERNAL SICK BENEFITS AND BURYING
OF THEIR DEAD.
-A PLAN TO PLACE THE DOLLAR ABOVE JUSTICE, MORALITY AND BROTHERLY LOVE.
—A PLAN TO MAKE A SELFISH CREATDRE WITH NO CONCERN FOR HIS DISTRESSED BROTHER.
-.IN ATTEMPT TO TREAT THK PEOPLE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA THE SAME AS THOSE IN EUROPE, WHERE CONDITIONS ABE VASTLY DIFFERENT.
-AN ATTEMPT TO.CREATE CLASSES, THEREBY HUMILIATING THE SMALL WAGE-EARNER,
—A PLAN DIAMETBICALLY OPPOSED TO THE SPIRIT OF THE ANGLO SAXON RACE. WHICH HATES
COMPULSION.
-NO PROTECTION AFFORDED TO WAGE-EARNERS LEAVING B.C.
-COMPULSORY INSURANCE MEANS SLAVERY.
-SOUNDING THE DKATH-KNELL OF ALL BENEFICIAL FRATERNAL INSURANCE SOCIETIES.
-BECAUSE IN EVERY PLACE WHERE HEALTH  INSURANCE HAS BEEN  PROPOSED IN UNITED
STATES, IT HAS BEEN REJECTED.
-BECAUSE IT INTERFERES WITH PROVINCIAL PROFESSIONAL METHODS AND RELIGIOUS BELIEFS.
-BECAUSE THE UNEMPLOYED AND SMALL BUSINESS MEN WILL NOT BE PROTECTED.
-BECAUSE IT IS UN-BRITISH.
-BECAUSE IT WOULD CREATE PAUPERISM.
-BECAUSE IT IS PROMPTED BY THEORISTS AND POLITICIANS.
-BECAUSE YOU COULD NEVER PREVENT POVERTY BY PLACING THE WORKERS IN BONDAGE.
-BECAUSE THERE IS AN ENTIRELY DIFFERENT PRINCIPLE INVOLVED THAN IN THE WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION ACT.
31.—
BECAUSE FARMERS AND OTHER UNINTERESTED PERSONS WILL HAVE TO SHARE THE HUGE
COST OF INCREASED TAXATION.
5.—AND LASTLY, BECAUSE WE, AS BRITISH COLUMBIANS DO NOT WISH TO BE PLACED IN A
STATE OF SERVILITY TO BE OVERBURDENED WITH TAXES, AND TO LOSE OUR CIVIL AND
SOCIAL RIGHTS.
Protest Immediately Against the Passage of
the Proposed Act in the B. C. Legislature
strike of sui'b fabulous wealth had
been made. It was true that a quan-
ity uf high-grade ore waa being
ac.iced for shipment. Tlie total val-
e of this ore was estimated at $22,-
1100.
Tho report stated that two mining
mon brought South a report of a
itrike nt the Dolly Vardcn prop€rty,
"a talo of silvery wealth that makes
'obalt'a palmleBt days look small by
lomparlson." Again, It was stated,
one or them "brings with him a sackful of Bpeclmena tfhlch look like tho
loot of u Jewelry store They are
samples of ihe big strike made In tho
holly Vard-'ti mine sometime late in
Xo vein her."
I'rcHldent of IM'. Prospectors*
Association Has Many Enquiries
Tho scopn and alms of tho British
Columbia Prospectors' Protective As
sociation s cplalned ln a letter which
the president of thc assocation, Mr,
J. W. Mulholand, of Nelson, Ib sending
to representative men ln tbe game all
over tho Province in reply to enquiries from them asking for Information
regnrdlng the new organization. Thc
letter says:
"The British Columbia Prospectors'
Protective association waB organlzod
by a prospector with the Intention of
covering only the Interior mineral
betl of British Columbia. The support ot this movement which hu:i boen
voiced from tho entire province, necessitates an enlargement ot the original plan to cover the coast section
ns well, making It now Provincial In
scope.
"The benefits  to bo gained  from]
this movement arc far-reaching, and i
can be aummarlscd as aiding the mln-
(Continued on Pago Five)
HOW  C.P.R.  ENGINEER WON
VICTORIA  CROSS
It Is Not Enough
to have the bowels move. It is -
more important to persuade liver,
kidneys, skin, and bowels to act in
harmony and against self-poisoning, BEECHAM'S PILLS act favorably upon
all organs concerned in food-digestion and
waste-elimination; they remove causes
as well as relieve symptoms,
It fell to the lot of a C.P.K.
engineer Pie. John Peter Robert*
son tu win tba much coveted Victoria Cro-.ii at Pasichendaele.
Kobettsun enlisted at L-athbrldge
wiib the 175th and waa an engineer
on that dlj-inkm. He wis better
known as "Pete" to bin Leirbrldge
friends, He waB born In Pictou, Nova
Scotia, but lived most of bis lite In
Medicine Hat with his mother. Mrs
Alex   Robertsoa
Robertson wis an1-) thirty-four,
won tils distinction n connection
with operations nt Passchendaele,
November 6. 19;?. Details came
through authoritative channels that
durins his battalion's attack Robert'
ecu's platoon was ttcli up liy uncui
rt'iV*! iwo hundred rurd.* from th*
final objective Oui cum* weri"
b'lil bus) cutting b «*av through
tne w'-e when a German ma
cblae min opened fire and inflictt-d
ver) heavy ioa*>es on tbe Canadians
Uobertsou, wiiho.ii wnltinc for orders -- "ntirelj on his own tnma
tlve. rushed towards Hie German gun.
defying tbe machine Rims' withering
fire Moreovei oui irtlllery barrage
was so Intense ihat death -earned
almo.ii certain Working hi* *u>
to the flank, be Eventually found an
openlnp In thp wire col through
and  crawled  until   tbe  end  uf  the
> inplacamaai w»t reached RltiU',
tuddenly to bit feat be charity
down on tbe aatonlsbed Germai.»
and killed four or tbs gun crew before
tlit.*-* oould recover from thel: surprise, The temalnder fled In terror,
but their flight wai eoou cut abort
when Uoberuuo aelied 'be abandoned gun, ecrewed tt around snd peart-d
a hall of bullets upon tbe b*cl» oi
tbe faet disappearing enemy .Several of ihctu fell victims u Oien
own weapon ard others were caught
by ou.* ahella. When ihe reinaiud-M
of the pt toon arrived Robertson
wan still firing tbe captured gun.
It wan entirely due to bis heroic
■etlou ibat th* whole line waa en
iihl.it to advanc- aud capture the
Una! Objective, RoheriHon went for*
ward with the f.ist wa»-.. takine o
run with htm. He used It very
nffi-ctivel) to keep down the Ire of
tii-rman machine suns and anlper*
*hlle bis platoon con^lldatod tbt
iipw position l-atet in (he da)
when twi ni oui *ntp<fr* who
ventured tn front of our Mm-* w»ri»
wounded Robertson volunteered to I
brlna them In He went into the
open, altlmugh exposed to s heavy'
i»nnm.i Are. lifted one man on hist
tiaeli ami carried aim safeiv m the
■ r-neh and im mediately returned to I
die a»eofld man. staggering hark
with his unconscious   burden   whllo,
fr*. Ire* RoMRTgCW
ev    WHO WQN   tut
Victoria Cros:;
ih.» bullets whistled around htm.
Dai an If cruel fate Were a*aiiiug
until ih* laai posalhtv moment to
overtake him. he was k.liei. on ibe
very parepei of the trench, h'.c mis**
•.on alnioat ec*-ompM*!i-Ml Hia
np.mrtldly hemic •nd. like bli flash"
tni work done *ar!lei m •),< i„/#
li.-..t a  most   insp.rlni efftci.
as weu as relieve sympioms. ^0k\^^^       T*f T   T 11       it*f\   f\,f\ \T
Beecham's Pills The Herald, $200 a Year
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THK    CltAMIHUUK    11J.BALD
iliiirstlii}'. January lu, Ittiill
mWStgmetm ir   Ti,
AT HOME AND ABROAD-WORLD'S TWO GREATEST MEN
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Read Herald Advertisements and Save Money Thursitii), January 15, 1930
X 11 £    OBAiNUHUOK    H li 11 A L U
v \ G i:     f i x e
Have you heard
about Peps ? Peps is a
scientific preparation put
op in pastille form, which
provides an entirely new and effect*
lve treatment for coughs, colds, chest
and throat troubles.
Peps contain certain medicinal Ingredients, which, when placed upon
the tongue, Immediately turn Into
vapor, aad are brmthed down the air
passages to the lungs. On their Journey, they soothe thc Inflamed and
Irritated membranesof the bronchial
tubes, thc delicate walls of thc alt
passages, and finally enter und carry
relief antl healing to the lungs.
Iu a word, while no liquid or solid
can get to the lungs and air passage*,
these Peps fumes get there direct,
and at once commence healing.
FME TRIAL  Cut out this
USB |gun|» article, write
across It the name and date of this
r«-per, and mall It (wllh tc. stamp to
pay return postage) tu Peps Co.,
Toronto. A free trial packet will
then be sent you. All druggists and
stores sell Peps, 50c. box.
peps
CANADIAN
Pacific
Change in Train Service
Effeetli.' Jnnunry ISfli, 1930, there
will be :i b< rii'rnl chunice In Ilie train
sertlce. Tlmo (or trains at I 'ranbrook
nlll he
Xo. 67 Xo. OS
Dally Dally
12.15 p.m. Ar. Crauhrook l.v. 4.15 p.m.
12.25 p.m. l.v. Cranbrook Ar. 4.05 p.m.
Train S23 will leave for Kimberley
dally except Sunday at 7 k, nnd train
824 will arrive from Klmberley daily
except Sunday at 2.10 p.m.
Kootenay Central Branch no change
Ftor   further   partlculhrn   apply   to
nny ticket agfin.
J.  E.  PROCTOR,
District Passenger Agl., Calgary, Alta.
| JERSEY BREEDERS' ASSOCIATION
TO MEET AT COAST IN JAM AHY
Tbo Jersey Breeders' Association of
B.C. are planning to hold their An-
nuoul meeting at tho Vancouver hotel,
Vancouver, B.C., ou tho evening ot
the 20th of January. Mr. B. I.. Brew-
I or of Satsop, Wash., who is one nf the
| leadtns Jerseytnen of tbat stnte, Is
j planning to bo there nnd will give
i tl talk.
j Tho meeting will bo chiefly devoted
to business, and it la1 hoped tbat representative Jerseytnen will be there
from every district In B.C,
The associs. ion stands for tlto advancement of tho Jersey breed, by In-
orousing tlto efficiency, nnd developing the Imutll'ul type of tlto Jersey
cow, and all (host, tilings that go to
make the business more pleastireable
und prolltable.
The following nr. tlto Jersey cows
In B.C. Hint tiuuliilcd for the Canadian
record ot performance during (he
mouth of November, 1919: "Jessie of
Ait-dale" Q638, mature, owtnd by Dean
Bros., fo Routings, B.C. In :I65 days
she gavu 8078 lbs. milk, us lbs. fnt.
average lest 5.09 per ct.; "Lady Pauline." 43011, mature, owned by Wesley
Mclnlyre, of Saris B.C. In 305 days
sho produced 12,258 lbs. milk, 5110
lbs. fat, test 4.81 por ct.; "Trlxy of
llrassmore," 74-15, 4-year old, owned
hy Wesley Mclntyrc, of Sal'dls, B.C.
In "iiu days sho gave 7,545 lbs. milk,
390 lbs. fat. average tost 5.15 per ct.;
"Oxford's Interested Trilby," 10990, 2-
year old, owned hy R. Thompson, of
Duncan, B.C. In 350 days she gave
8,1185 lbs. milk. 382 lbs. rat, average
test 5.71 por ct.
SCHEDULE OF CHL'RCU
LEAOl'E OF BOfl'LEHN
*AT THE RAILWAY YJLC.A.
Following Is tbo schedule of game,
ot  the  second   half   of  the Church
league to he played on tiio dates given
at thc "Y:"
January
12—PA. VS. -M.A.
14—A.U. vs. M.B.
10—B.A.  vs.  B.B.
19—P.B. vs. A.A.
21—P.A..VS. B.B.
23—P.B. vs. B.A.
28—M.B. vs, A.A.
28—A.U. vs. M.A.
30—P.A. vs. P.B.
February
2-M.A. vs. M.B.
4—M.B. vs. B.B.
ti—A.B. vs. A.A.
II— P.A. vs. A.A.
11—P.B. re, A.B.
13—M.A. vs. B.B.
Ifl—M.B. vs. HA.
IS-P.A. vs. A.B.
20—B.A. vs. M.A.
23—M.A. vs. A.A.
25—A.B. vs. B.B.
27—P.A. vs. B.A.
March
1—M.A. vs. P.U
8—A.B. vs. B.A.
5—B.B. vs. P.B.
8—B.B. vs. A.A.
10—M.B. vs. I'.A.
12—A.A. vs. B.A.
1)11. W. A. FERGIE WILL
OPEN A DENTAL OFFICE IX
CHANBBOOK FEBRUARY FIRST
I MYSTIC  POWER OF BAUH'Ml
|   I Sll) ALONG WITH THE X.RAY
IX MAIilNU MOTION PICTURES
10 CENT "CASCARETS"
FOR LIVER AND BOWELS
Cure   Sick   Headache,   Constipation,
Biliousness, Sour Stomach. Bad
Breath—Candy Cathartic.
Dr. W, A. Forgle, of Vancouver, late
of tbo Canadian Army Dental Corps,
ls contemiiHatliig opening a dental of-
flcfi in Cranbrook and expects to bo
equipped and ready for the treatment
and practice of dentistry about Uio
first of February.
Dr. Fcrgle conies highly recommended and with Mrs. Fergio has already taken up his residence here.
NEW PETBOVA MCTITBE
ADAPTED FROM THE HOOK
"Patience Spar hawk and Her
Times," \>y Gertrude Atherton, tho
celebrated American novelist, Is another of tho big popular works of current fiction which has been adapted
to tire screen, under tho title of "Tho
Panther Woman," and which, with
Madame Olga Petrova in the. role of
Patience, will be shown at tho Ilex
theatre on Friday and Saturday.
"Tho Panther Woman" is the fifth
of tho special feature productions lo
lo mado by Madame Petrova's own
company. In tense dramatic situations, the series of thrilling climaxes
to the various situations, and in emotionalism Madame Petrova declares
that "Tho Panther Woman" excels
any production In which she lias previously api'Curcd.
Science enters into the making of
motion pictures in a greater degree
eacli year nnd soo.i we will have all
of the latest lavetnlona utilized in
some manner or another on our
screens. Radium and ihe X-ray are
both utilized in tlie second epsode of
"The Ttgcff's Trail.'' the new Path?
serial, atarrittg Ruth Roland, which
j will be shown at the Rex theatre on
I Monday ami Tuesday of each \\vek.
i MlBa Roland, as Belle Boyd, the her-
I olno of tho serial and George Larklu
I as Jack Randall, a young mining engineer, are In search of a certain Tiger Idol which liar, a very wonderful
power in that its eye; glow when the i
llttlo Imago comes near Radium.
They are convinced that "Grim" Gordon. Uelle'.i guardian, has secreted the
Idol in some hidden niche In tho walls,
of the house. So thoy secure a phial:
of Radium ami by passing this along
the walls of tuch room finally locate
tho Idol ns the Radium onuses its eyes
to glow und shine right through thej
walls of tiie room. Tho rangcroti3
properties of Radium ure recognized:
by all scientists and physicians who]
handle this valuable mineral. A great
many physicians hate lost tholr lives j
through Radium burns and tho sub-!
stance iu always kept In special lead'
containers.
In another episode of "The Tver's!
Trail" Gordon, who experiments cou-:
Aider ably with Radium, Is shown ln a
I specially      constructed      laboratory
, w-hosn walla and furniture aro all of;
stnno.     In projecting Radium RaySi
any   lnnmmubie   substance   such   as1
■ wood would burst Into nme If the raya
i touched it so the stono furniture enables Oardon to conduct his expert-
! ments with no element of danger by
I lire.
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bowls. A 10-ccnt hox from vour droit-
pip- viU it,.(»p your liver ni towels
ttlenii: stomach sweet and head elenr for
montH   Tliev work while von sleep.
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ctiu burns .-it.'"* and stings. Just as
reliable too, for stiff neck, sore feet,
;nin sores, canker sores, earache and
toothache
Ot lt from druggist1- for 30 cents.
It not satisfied return thc bottle and
get vour money back.
Evei constipated or have sick
headache? f Just try Wizard Liver
Whips, pleasant little pink pills, 3U
Cents.    Guaranteed.
MINES AND MINING
(Contlnuetd from P»co Three)
Montana Hrataurant
Urals at AB Ham
(l»ar», Cigarettes aaa Caslf
CRANBROOK STREET.
Opposite tha Bank of Commerce
Now   Open   For Business
ftbe Club date
in Baker Street
Opposite Cosmopolitan fioiti
i:\CFll.EYT SERVICE. ALI, WHITE HELP
TABLES FOB LADIES
Hotel
Coeur
d'Alene
The Hotel With a Personality.
Ing industry, nu ond that, can best bo
attained by Initially aiding tho prospector, then inuenciug tho Introduction of needed capital with the Interest
of the general business public for development purposes, nnd facilitating
operation by means of Improved
transportation.
"The alms of this association nre.
to aid the prospector to increase liiij
efficiency by menus or winter mini
lnK schools nnd other facilities, to act
as Intermediary iu Interesting cap 1(0,11
to inuencn 1< -li.l.tti-m nn mini.in subjects lu the direction ot needed reforms, aud to arrange a benefit system for the members to secure thtm
against wnnt ln  their old ago.
"Branches will be organized in
each mining district, wiih tho heatt-
quartord branch at Nelson, each
branch tii'lnj- responsible for lhe
bona fldes nf ih Individual members.
It will bo the aim of tho headquarters branch to co-operate iu the closest way with thc district branches,
and tho closer the actual co-opcrat-
lon effected, the greater will be thc
results achieved.
"It is the Inetntion of the association to provide comfortable quarters
for its incapacitated members, furnishing, when advisable, financial help
ta protect their Interest tn cane of
Illness. We desire the wholehearted
support of every prospector In tho
country, fn uuon there Is strength.
"Suitable by-laws are blng drafted
and will be considered at the not regular meeting to be held In tho Hoard
of Trado Itoonib, Nelson, on February
4."
LIFT OFF CORNS
WITH FINGERS
Pow Drops .*-( "Proeaotto," Tiwn
Corns Lift Off—No Pain I
A tiny bottle nf "Preczone" costs no
little ni nny drug store; apply ;i few
drops upon any corn or callus. Instantly it stops hurting, then .shortly
you lift tlmi bothersome corn or callus
rliflit off ..itli your Angers. Truly!
Nn  humbug!
SEND FOR OUR ILLUSTRATEC
FRK TRAPPERS GUIDE
'    WRITE To-Dav
For GUIDE No, lil
"How to Trap ViU
Animals" Sftfffi.
rrna SurruES. Shipping
Tans, Prices on Hides
and Furs, snd other
valuable inforniatioD.
BUYOFAND8H1PTO
TUB OLD RELIABLE
'loinwimMBttintci.
tf.-lot/rjAld IM) MINHRAFOLH. HIHH.
liUMIKOOK   COTTAGE
HOSPITAL
1'ilnilc Miming lloiu.-
[.kenned liy Provincial Uovt.
.llutcnilly uud General Nursing
MasHage and Heat Cure, Highest
lleferences, terms moderate.
Apply Mrs. A. Crawford, Matron
I'liono 259 P. O. Box 845
Addreia, Garden Ave. Cranhrook
DEZALL'S GARAGE
Ki-pulr Work Solicited,    Prlcei Beasouble
(UN. (Ill,, All), TIKIS AMI ruilll ACCESSORIES IN STOCE
Agenli for
The Studebaker
111(1 SIX LIGHT SIX LIGHT FOUR
If cuimlderlug buying a rnr rail on un. It you l.»t« ■ llgbt eir m
nlll take It on part payment at a reasonable price.
FRANK DEZALL
MONUMENTS
Kootenay Granite k Monumental Co., Ltd.
General Eton* Contractors and
Monumental Works
Front St., Nelson   P. 0. kox 8U
The Shoe Specialist
.101: MAIIAl'ODI
Satisfaction Gaaraatoed
headquarters for all kinds of
Repairs
When in Cranbrook
The Place To Eat
is at
Alex Hurry's
Tables in Connection
Hurry's White Lunch
HOD AND GIN FOR JANUARY
AN 1NTERESDING NUMBER
"That Race at Les Rapides" Is
tlie titlo of a Uirlllns story of tbo
North Country written by William
MacMllan, which appears In Canada's
premier sportsmen'!: magasine. Rod
and Gun In Canada fnr January. Another Interesting narrative Is entitled "TheLegcnd of the Burled Hum";
this deals with rum traffic of tho
famous Hudsons Bay Company ln Te*
magami. Bonnycastlc Dale, the best
known natural history writer in Canada contributes hie usual monthly article, telling with pen and picture the
story of the natural life on tlie Atlantic Coast. Fishing through tho Ice le
a wholesome winter sport that very
few people enjoy through tuck >ot
knowledge—Robert. Pago Lincoln lias
a descriptive articlo tellng of the lino
points of the game In this magazine.
Por the gun "crank" thero Is tht usual high grade Department with a
special article dealing with all the
latest goods on the market. Rod and
Gun in Canada Is published by W. J.
Taylor, Limited, at Woodstock. Ont.
FOR PAINTING
-AND -
PAPERHANQIN0
Etc.
Telephone
JOHN fMRD
Phone No. 409
Cranbrook,   .    .    . D. ('.
LODGES AMI SOCIETIES
1.0.0. V.
KEY CITV 1.01(0K, No. 42
sleets svery
Monday night
at Fraternity
Hall.     Sojourning   Oddfellows
cordially invited.
Noble Grand,        Rec. Sec,
J. H.Whitehouse   W. M. Harris
month!}
Iiicdlrln.' tor ull I'.m.itr t tl„|;lsilil. ,u a boi,
or Dure lor flu, nl drlut .lor, * M„llt*t tn nny
nildrc...on iccclja ol )u let. Tin. scoukll Droo
Co.. Hl.Ciilhi.rlne.. Ontario,
inul Vitality
(or Nerve And llr-,lii;liir,-it,r*. "Kt«y matter';
»T«ik- will 1,11.1-1 youti|>. f3Kl»>h,orlwolor
gtaldnCSHm if h-Milm rental at (else.
ENTIRE SESSION OF THE
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN
SASKATOON   IS DISMISSED
The Lethbrlgo Dally Horald Bays:
"Tho entire session of tho Wostmln- j
Btor Presbyterian church, Saskatoon,:
was dismissed ln vic-.v of the long existing dissension anil discord. This
llnillng of the PreBbytery does not reflect disfavor of any sort on uny of
tho 18 members of thc session, but
rather deala with the ontlre body. All
mombors are eligible for re-election,
which now lies wltll the congregntiou
It was pointed out that while the
Presbytery has much aftyiorlty f"
dealing with dlsmlssnls, etc., It throws
Ilia onus of responsibility back on tba
congregation for
KNIOIITS OF 1'VTIII.IS
Craabrook, & C.
Meets every Tuesday at 8 pa In
tbs Fraternity Hall
C. O. Borgstrom, C.C.
C. H. Collins, K. R. ft 8.
.Visiting brethren cordially Invited to attend.
< KAMUtOOK
KAHMERS' INSTITUTE
Regular Meeting
SECOND SATURDAY uf each
mouth at t p.m. In tbe City Hall
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Meets In ths
I'arlsli    Hall
lirst   Tunadsy
afternoon   of
every   month
at 3 p.m.
Pros. Mrs. I).
Campball, boi
587
Secy, Mrs. J. W. Burton, P. O. Bal Ul.
All ladlss cordially lutta*
WRIGLEY
HLL sealed air-tight and
impurity-proot. in the wax-
wrapped, safety packages.
Be sure to set
%^ WRIGLEYS
A   because it  is supreme
\\ in quality.
H Mid* In
Canada
56
The Flavour Lasts
31ilp_yauirxats_
to S H U B E!R T
"Shubert" Wants goUIra8^ Furs
AH You Can Ship
And Will Pay These Extremely High Prices
GET A SHIPMENT OFF-TODAY
«!liXTMU».!|   WI LAflOE  1  NtlHEOItlS |  NtlSHAU.  1      N« 2
im. ts Irlllil llllll 11 lull 11 liiiei HI ihimi 1 timiTnrrfnril|M*ffl'tT tf '■
MUSKRAT
Winter
Fall
4.00 Io3.50| 3.25 li 2.75
3.00 to 2.75 j 2.50 la 2^5
2.50 lo ZOO
2.00 la 1.60
1.75 to 1.50
IJO laliS
1.75 10 Ue
150 to 1.00
MIN K
Fine, Dark
Usual Color
Pale
25.00U20.00
15.00lol2.00
10.001* 8.50
18.011*14.00
11.001a S.00
8.001a 7.00
12.00lol0.00
8.50IO 7.50
650lo 6.00
9.00 to 750
7.00 lo 6.00
5.00 to 4.50
9.00 lo 5.00
7.00 lo 4.00
5.00 lo 3.00
LYNX
HaavyFurred 75.00to65.00
Ordinary
60.00to50.00
60.00toS0.00 45.001*40.00
45.00tt40.00 35.001.30.00
35.00tt2S.00
25.001*20.00
35.00io20.00
25.00lol5.00
These extremely high prices are based on the well-known "SHUBERT" liberal
grading and are quoted for Immediate shipment. No. 3, No. 4, and otherwiie
inferior skins at highest market value. For quotations on other British Columbia
Furs, write for *SI|t Mptbnt ftilron." the only reliable and accurate market
rsport and price list of its kind published.  Ifs FREE—Write for It.
A shipment to "SHUBERT" will
result In "more moi.ey"-',qulcker."
»HIP.  AU.    YOUR    FUSS     BISECT   .TO	
A.B. S HUBERT-
THELM6ESTHOUSE IN MWRLDLW/NG EXCLUSIVELY IN
NORTH AMERICAN RAW FURS
*>24 Donald. St. Dept. 218    Winnipeg Canadf
XMAS GOODS JUST ARRIVED
Ladles' Silk Waltls, Qowns, kliuouas, t'auc) llauilkii.
clikf-, Hand l'alnlcd t'hlnnnarc, rubles. C'tutlrn, lluskit*.
IVtIIVllllM.   SOLII    AT   VI'.KV    LOWEST    I'BICKN
All    Kinds   uf   (hlui'sc   aud   Jupptu'M.'   Hoods    Imported    Direct.
DAN YOYN TONG
llurlck Awiiuc, Bt rcur Of McthwdM (hurcti
REMEMBER THE SUBSCRIPTION
PRICE OF THE HERALD REMAINS
THE SAME-ONLY $2 PER YEAR ■PRO
' lUm..-.!'-1 • v      ■■ .'■
PAGE    SIX
CHE    I:It A Mt II (Mi k    II E B A I, I)
Ihamdar, January 15, 1920
Ji.{-ir.;.T.;v:.:tf in.ii.u;.i.,/.;::. ■
Garden Court
mse\^*tss»smr\^misst\^*ss»asl\^ns,t\f,m   ,r\f,M   ir\fe.
The Powder Incognito
Garden Court Face Powder is invisible, misty fine and
fairy-light. It gives a natural bloom to the complexion
whether day time or evening. Then too, it is dependable;
it will stay on in any climate.
PACE  I'tlWKKH «.">.•
CHKA11    0(1(1
Garden Court talcum •<•'•
TOILET WAT Ell  **..'•">
EXTRACT (per  or,.)....  USO
GARDEN COURT Toilet creations are for sale in Cranbrook
Exclusively at
CRANBROOK DRUG & BOOK GO.,
•tV.,1. ATCHISON. Monngcr
Social-Personal
II' yon an' in Hit' out-of-town ilisltitl, drop us it Idler or nml nml
an-1 hint" j mi mint in mir line will lit' sent liy return until or express.   We iilve speclul ultt'iition to out-of-town orders.
Over tbe Cea Cups
Insurt'
Elweli,
for
with Beal
+   -t-   +
Apples—Mcintosh apploB, f!
choice Creston apples,
CRANBROOK TRADING <*0.
-h   +   +
List your bouse with tlie Crnnbrook
Agency Company.
+   +   +
The L. I), and Club cafes have boen
malting Improvements of late tbat will
suable thine to better serve thoi,. patrons.
+    +    +
If you are contemplating a trip to
the Old Country, book your passage
through   Benle  &   ElwolJ,  steamship
agents,
+   +   +
Word has. just been  received from
Montreal of the death there of little
Leslie, son of Mr, and Mrs. C. M. Orm-
sion. aged four months, of diphtoria.
+   +   +
It certainly looked good this week
to see the owners of vacant lots getting the !"ts In  shape for  planting
and »s well arranging tlieir lawns fpj
the coming summer.
+   +   +
Dry wood, bard and very dry. $7.5(1
for two rlckB   Also dry wood nt ?7.00
for two ricks.
CRANBROOK TRADING CO.
+ + +
Tbe Ladles' Aid Society of tbe Methodist church will bold a home-ooofc-
Ing sale and afternoon tea on tho j Patrons of the Ro theatre were en-
afternoon of Kehrunry 14th. Keefli I tertalnod to a musical treat on Friday
this date open. Pull particulars la- and Saturday last when a program of
ter. 1-15-lt! almosl entirely new numbers accom-
Por a time on Tuesday the water  panted the pictures.
+   +   +
supply ou Baiter street was shut off
inoiilon. Tbe ceremony was performed by-Rev. it. T. Mclntyre, tbo wedding march being rendered by Mrs.
W. A, Aliliurst. Aftor the ceremony
a wedding supper was served. Mr.
and Mrs. Oerry will lake up their residence in  Edmontoni
+ + +
(let out your rags and come to the
rag dance to lie held In the Veteran:.'
hall by the Ladies' Auxiliary to the
Ureal War Veterans' AssocatlOn on
Friday evening, January 28rd. Prizes ffven to the lady and gentletnnii
having the most ragged dress or suit.
Pines of "i cents will be Imposed 'in
everyone appearing well dressed or
wearing good shoes; or any gentleman wearing the whole collar; or
anyone wearing jewelery. but dancing shoes may be carried for dancing
Special refreshments will be served
to go with the rags and Edmonson's
four-piece orchestra will supply thu
music. Admission 50 cents. Whist S
till  10;  dancing 10 to 2.
Ed THEATRE
iVmitsontciil Par Dxi'i'llciici1
I'ltliUY  AMI SATIItiaV
M.1IK. 01,0.1 I'KTHOt A
ill
|*'i he Panther Woman'
nml
<*H!l\Vi:ill\<; UOKS AMI
TIIK .1IIIIMIIHT EXl'KESS
SALVATION Alt.llV  NOTES
Capt.  R.  H. Oro
i, ollicer.   r
Hill's ranch.
Sunday
—II    p.m.,
Sunday    sc
7.30,  "Ih
aveu,  It's
Inhabitants.
Monde j
—7   p.m..
Voung   J'ei
Intel ng.
Object  Le
sou." .
All art
invited.
.lll'SHA
. I'HOIJRAM AT TIIK
1I0S1IAV  AMI TUESDAY
ii a i: ii run ay
"TWIN PAWNS"
SECOMI   EI'ISOIIE
"TIGER'S TRAIL"
ami
GOOD COMEDY
Watch for next Wednesday'!
liiinl -Thursday's Slum. I)«n*i
I know  the title—but makJiiff u
special  effort to keep up our
standard.
•WW. ItllMANCK OF TA1II..AY
IS COMING
A. K. Leitch, Jnffray, was here last
week-oud.
Fred Lister. Creston, was here last
Saturday.
W. P. Wllendt, Jaffray, was here
last week-end.
F. O'Brien. Kimberley, wns here
last Saturday,
Harry T. Cody, Echo Lake, was in
lhe city Saturday.
W, P. Montgomery, ('base, was In
the city last week-end.
J, McArly and wife, of Bull River,
were here lasl   wei k-end,
John Kllpiitriili. Wardner, wns a
blisluoss (jailer last Saturday.
I    Mr, nml Mr    Ueorge Custer  were
here Saturday from Wardnor,
il. Hammoiul, Ferine, was among
the business callers Saturday.
(>. ('. Thomson, Klmberley, was In
the eity on business Saturday.
C, Butts, Yahk, wa.; among the business arrivals here last week-end.
Mesdames Larson and Mattray, of
Yahk, were here last Saturday.
B. E. Jackson of Greenwood, arrived here on business last Saturday.
Mrs. John 1'aterson, Martin avenue.
is eon fiend to her bed with illness.
(i. C, Evans, Pernie, was among
tbe  business  arrivals  last  week-end.
Mrs. S. Fyles' boaltb is now very
much Improved, and she Is able to
bt around again.
Wm. Radcllffo, of the L.D. care, who!
has been visiting at bis borne in Nelson, has returned.
Major B. Mallandlne of Creston. Is
in the city, dropping off enroute from
a business trip to Lethbrldge and Calgary.
Wialtflr Walters, of tbe L. D. cafe
expects to leave tin coming week on
a visit to his mother who resides in
Michigan.
Miss Ivy Bldde,. and Wallace Bidder spent Sunday at Port Steele, the
guests of Ernest Bidder and wife and
P. Ryekman,
Mr. and Mrs. Morris have tnkoh up
1 tbelr residence on Armstrong avenue
I in the borne recently occupied by R.
S. Shields.
,     Mrs.  R. Webster who arrived from
j Vancouver to take care of her mother.
Mrs. S, Fyles, on Christpias eve, left
for her homo Wednesday.
Glasses should be designed to suit the uses tbey are to be ,put
to. Tbe henvy shell
spectacles for office or
!t<-me and tbe neat appearing eyeglasses for
the street—enn both
be made comfortable if
rightly designed.
>v.H.wrtso5i
UiV.   Optician
I
LAOS t llAltCKP WITH THKFT
or DAY FROM IVAItlH-.N HAHS
TWO hoys, whoso names art being
withhold from publication because of
tbelr youth, wore arrested by Chief
of Police P. Adams and are being held
for trial beforo County Court Judge
Thompson charged with tbe theft of
throe large bales of bay from the barn
of B, W. Worden. They will be tried
on December 19th.
It is alleged tbis is not the first
offense the boys are charged with.
TAKES OFF DANDRUFF,
HAIH ST0P3 FALLING
You May Think ll Too Big
When we offer you a
leg of our lamb or a
roast of beef. But
you won't think so
when you set It on
the table and note
how everybody, will
gladly accept a second helping. Let us
supply you just once
and you'll have a lot
of healthier appetites
to supply than ever
before.
Cranbrook Heat Market
I'hone '8
Norhurj Avenue CKAMHtOOK, B.C.
oilni.:ttiti.i:.:iihi:.■ i.j11:v'.::~t:.i■ 11ymm miiiu .unii niiigi uv'&W'-m.m miufi irau'i. otiiiii piiii.'i'T'm iih.ii. ;■ ,. ., ...i./ivui'm.'SrV
Save you:* Hair!    <Vt a s-.iVI battla
of Dandcrini right n<■>*-*>—A!?o
ctop3 Itching /scalp.
Thin, brittle, cnlnrVs onl r.—?!"7
hair Is mute evident ft a n-v/locte-l
eculn; of dandruff— thit awful wurf,
Ttiore tn nolhliw si drrtruptN in
tlte hair as dandruff. It rnH tlie hair
of its lustre, its itrmjt'i r.n.l Its very
life: eventually producing n. frvrrirh-
ness and llc-bin-*} of tin «*ln, whMi it
not remedied causes tiie hair r-^H to
shrink loown aad .lit—thru the hair
falls out fast. A IHilo Damlerino to-
night—now—any linn—will surely save
your  littir.
Gel n small buttle of KnowHon'a
Pnui Ti.i" from nny drug store. You
surely can have henutiful hair and .ft"1
of it' if you will ju't Irv n little Dan-
dorlnc,    Pave your hair!    Try ill
tokoyio papuii jikntionn
\V KB DING or BEV. I VtIN OF
I'ltlSBYTIKIW C11UK0II IIKHK
Tbe Toronto Globe contains (ho following account of the woddlng of Hev.
Lyon, pantor of tin-, cranbrook Presbyterian church, which took jilace at
j Ornngeville on New Year's Day:
j    "The home of Mr. and Mrs. A. 'W.
McGllllvray,    prangevtlte,    wns   the
scene of a pretty wedding on New
Year's Day. when Ruby, tlieir eldest
daughter, wns married to Rev. Hugh
Mackay Lyon, pnstor of Knox Pres-
j byterlan church. Crnnbrook, B.C. The
. ceremony was conducted by Rev. Jen-
; kins Burkho'lder, Caledon, Ont., and
Miss Gladys Taylor, of Toronto, the
bride's   cousin,   played  the   wedding
march,      The  bride,  who was given
away by ber father, wore her truvel-
■ ling suit  of brown  sllvertone, with
bat to match-, ber flowers being Ophel-
In roses,   Lator Mr. and Mrs. Lyon
left for u short trip to Eastern points,
and about ibe middle of January they
will  leave for their future home in
Crnnbrook."
I CHRIST CHURCH MEMBERS
MAKE PRESENTATION TO
A MEMBER OE THEIR CHOIR
CRAWt-HOOK HAS A LIQCOR !    A handsome set or cutlery was pre-
HXPORTING ESTARMSHMENTj sentttl by the congregation of Christ
■ ; church to Mr. F. Morris, the psteetn-
A  UqUor  exortlug bouse  has been ! ed manual  trailing instructor In the
opened up iu the rooms formerly oc- Central schools.
(Hlpied as Victory Loan headquarters,!    Mr. Morris is a member of the choir,
and liquors will be shipped In here! Sunday school teacher and the ener-
a.id nn export trade will be carried on; getic   secretary  of  the   Parish   hall
with other provinces. ' committee.
('. IV. HALLAMORE, MANAGER
CANADIAN RANK OE COMMERCE
GOING TO WV.Yi WESTMINSTER
Mr. C. W. Hallamore, for tin past
two years manugor of Ibe Canadian
Bank of Commerce here, coming to
this city from the blast, bas received
notice of bis transfer to tho BanK of
Commerce at New Westminster;
Mr. Hallamore has made many
warm friends since coming to Cranbrook who will regret to sto him depart.
Mr. Hallamore, in an interview with
a Herald reporter today said he predicted ii 'bright future for Cranbrook
and that 1920 would pjrove a banner
year. Ot bad fell in love witli tbe
climate here and the people and regretted to make a change.
Just when the popular bunker and
his estimable wife will leave for their
new home is not known, but It may
be within the next month. Mr. Hal-
lamore's successor bas not been announced.
POLICE CHIEF ADAMS
KIDDING TOWN OF DAI) WOMEN
Police Chief Adams arrested a woman on suspicion of being of shady
character this week aud tbe woman
plead guilty to the charge in police
court and was fined and ordered to
leave the city.
Pour other women, whose places
w-ere not constderdd proper, were or-
dored by the chief to close and depart
from the city. The latter were not
arrested.
FROM   CITY   TO    FARM
HEX  PLEASES  PATRONS
Mrs. Wiilllnger's violin offerings
were sympathetically given the accompaniment of Miss Ivy Bidder, being .perfect. The selection from "Norma" lu the intermission was higbly
apreciated as was witnessed by the
applause nl its conclusion.
qending the thawing-out process to
one of the mains. Consumers know-
now what it is to be without an ample supply of water.
+   +   +
Why do some people ketep Title
papers, Victory Bonds and other valuable documents In tholr homes when
thoy can keep them secure from lire
in ti fire-proof steel vault for a small
yearly charge'.' The Heale a Elweli
deposit vault h the proper place for
them,
+   +   +
The special services being held In
the Baptist cburch each evening this
week "re Inspiring and uplifting- Tlir
pastor, Rev. J. P. Sinclair. Is urging
all numbers ami adherents to take
tbelr calling more seriously mid to
seek to brluK others Into tbo King-1 ta](« this harmless "fruit laxative,
dom or God. | Millions of mothers koep it bandy be
+    +   +
The lire loss in Canada for tbe
month of December amounted to
2-'fi,rifl(i dollars, or nearly one million
dollars.   Ju^t think of it.   Some had
if vorit riiii.n is cross,
I KVKHISII, CONSTIPATED
Leak, Nether!   If Tongue Is Contcil.
Clcnnse Little Bowels Willi "Call-  J
I'oniln Syrup nf Flirs."
Mothers can rest easy after giving
"Cal If orn ta Syrup of Figs." because tn
a few hours "ll the elogged-up waste,
sour bile and fermenting food gently
moves oui »f the bowels, ami ynu
have a well, playful eh I Id again.
Sick children medn'i  be coaxed toj
prompt
full Insurance; others pari hii. A
great many bud no Insurance. Whicli
have j on.' If ynu havo not full insurance, see Benle X Elweli at once.
Vou cannot afford to take chances.
+    +    +
Insure with the Cranbrook Agency
Company.
4- + +
If it's job printing you aro lo need
of, telephone the Herald and let our
solicitor call. We nre at your service
with an equipment second lo none in
the Province. Tiny nt home and help
make Crnnbrook a bfg-ger city.
+ + +
Tbe marriage took Placo on Now
Year's day at the home of Mrs. A. W.
Woodurd, H157 Hum streol, Vancouver, of Miss Muriel Joy Gilpin, of that
eity and Mr. Leu Norman Gerry of Ed*
cause tbey know its action
stomach, liver and bowels Is
nnd sure.
Ask your drutfgisl for a bottle ef
"California Syrup of Figs," which
contains directions for babies, children of all ages and for grown-ups,
WOMEN'S MISSION CIRCLE OF
BAPTIST CHURCH ELECTS
A  NEW SET OF OFFICERS
The Women's Missionary Circle oi
lho Baptist church held their annual
meeting on Tuesday afternoon at tho
homo of Mrs. J. L Palmer. Mrs. J.
X. Sinclair occupied the chair and
there wns au ecellcnt attendance ol
twenty members. Tbe election nl
officers for the new year was .proceeded witli and tbe following are the new
officers:
President—Mrs. J. P. Sinclair.
Vice-President—Mrs. P, Conslnn-
Uno.
Secretory—Mrs. J. F. Bridges.
Treasurer—Mrs. K. Blrcb.
"Link" Secretary—Ml aa, L. M
Smith.
Cradle Roll Workers—Mrs. W.
IlaynoB ond .Mrs. P, Constantino.
Visiting Committee -- Mesdamou
Blrce, Gilroy, It. Baynes and Spenoo.
Hospital Contmlttee- -Mesdamea J
s. Taylor, .1, F. Bridges and J, l.ensk
Various reports were submitted nnd
tbdj revealed tho circle as being ir
i. healthy condition. Light refresh*
raonts fftro served at the close of the
meeting
Let us supply you with your next
counter sales books, We have a complete Hue and prices nro ns low as
tbe out-Of-town fellow will give you.
Tbe Cranbrook Herald.
WANT ADS.
WANTED—Third-ultra onglnoor for;
power-house, Ai:pl.v with rclnr-
enri's ii) prttibrooh Electric Unlit
Co., l,i«l. l-l-tf |
MATKll.N'lTV NURSING.—Apply I4S
Dolton Avenue, or Hox 1131. Fernle.
B. O. 12-18-411
END STOMACH TROUBLE-
CASES OR DYSPEPSIA
"Pape'ff Diapepsln" makes sick   mur,
;.!■..•■'.■/ fitomacbii surely feel line
in five, minutes.
If what yen just ate is souring on
your stomach ur lied like u lump of
i ml, or you belch yftu and eructnti'
sour, undigested food, or have n folding
tif dizziness, heartburn, fullness, nausea,
I 1 taste in mouth and stomach-head
aoho, yon can get relief in live mlnulcn
hy ]i.'uthili.'.iiijj acidity. Put an end to
Bilfih slutiuiph distress now by getting a
lorgi fifty-cent case of Pope's Diapepstin
from nny drug store. You realize in
iiu- minutes how heedless >t is to Buffer
from huli rostion, dyspepsia or any etom-
" 'i dUnr ' r rausert by fund'fermentation
hi ■ in . v.„...].,. ,,,.•„! |n (dm*nfu.)1(
If you  wnnl  news while  lt  news,
subscribe tor tbo Herald.
Richard Flower, tbe genial C.P.R.!
boiler maker, bus bad the misfortune
to break a rib, and will be unable to'
work for about two weeks.
Mr, 13. A. Hill, tbe men's furnisher,
was confined to his borne today Buffering from a sudden and severe at-1
j taaek of acute indigestion.
Conductor J- B. Hall, who ls running out or Medicine Hat, wns in tbe
city on Friday last between trains,
making a flying visit to his home.
Miss X. A. O'Calngan, of Fernle,
who was a guest iu the city and was
Btrlcken with mumps, receiving treatment at the St. Eugene hospital, lias
recoevrcd.
M, it. King, the coast lumberman,]
brother of the Hon. Dr. J. H. King,']
mlnister of public works in the B. c.j
Govornment, was here last week-end I
on business.
._
Miss Joyce Hitllr.more, who is attending school at Tiicoma nnd was on
a visit to ber parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
VY. Hallamore during the holiday!',
has ri turned to Ti-eoma.
—
Kenneth Meechum. of the C.P.K. 1
Porostry department, has gone lo
Kamloops to make a survey ol timber
in thai district. He opscts to he
away ibe balance of the winter.
Qeorgo Tisdale aud wife, pioneer
residents of this clly, left for tbelr
home in Graham, Alberta, on Thursday. Wednesday they motored out
lo Wycllffe to look over their ranch
properly now iu charge of J. Poster,
and I:: the evening attended tbo danco
at tbo parislj hall.
The innrringe took place las( Friday at tho Baptist church parsonage
or Thomas Coffey and Margarot Ren-
strom, both of Wardner. The father
of tin- bride and Miss-Anderson and
Mrs. Johnson, also of Wardner, were
witnesses to the ceremony. The newly married couple will reside In Wnrd-
nor. Hev. Ji P. Sinclair, .pastor of
tho Baptist church, performed tho
ceremony,
(1) Gold Coin Potatoes grown from hand-selected tifbers, aad Marquis Wheat plot
growing from hand-selected heads, on Rosehurst Farm, Cayley, Alberta.
(2) J. W. Lucas, an Eastern Canadian city boy, now owner of this Western Farm.
(3) Some of his Porkers,
ii) Grade Percheron Horses, used by Hr. Lucas on his Rosehurst Farm.
An obstreperous Frenchman, who
was using filthy language and otherwise disturbing the peace and quiet
of Baker street yesterday, was taken
In low by Chief ot Police Adams and
when he got through with the Inw
he was shy forty perfectly good Canadian dolUrtL
We are continually hearing abont
the farm boy who gote to tka city,
but we bear little about tha eity boy
who goes to the farm. Yet, Just aa
many farm hoys hava become successful busfneis men ln our cities,
so" there are undoubtedly aany city
boys who have become successful
farmers. This Is more especially true
In the countries tbat are being newly opened up such aa Western Can*
ada. Among the winners at tbe International Soil-Products Exposition
held ut Kansas City recently at leaat
one, if not more, of the successful
exhibitors was born and bred In a
city and only became a farmer after
lie had reached manhood. John W.
Ltuas who won prizes for white oats,
brome grass seed, barley and tye,
had never been a farmer until he
settled on bis homestead in Cayley,
Alberta, sixteen years ago. However,
be has set to work to learn all he
could about this noble profeaalon and
pohoriv can say that be hu made a
bad job of it.
Mr. Lucas was born in one ot ttie
cities of Eastern Canada. Like many
other boys whose parents are In
moderate circumstances, he earned money after sobool hours delivering newspapers and in radons other odd jobs. Leaving
school, he says, he got a real job
ut six dollars a week and later came
West and worked In Winnipeg for a
year. He had always felt a desire to
become a farmer, however, and it ls
no ) urprlslng that the call of the
Canadian Oovernment for settlers for
free homestead* at once appealed to
him. Uee»mtw Albert* to IW-lM*
located on hia homestead 1m Cayley,
In the southern part of the province,
the same year.
He la now the owner of eight hundred acrea of land Id a block, aad
le Interested, besides, ln sis and a
half sections of land -4,180. On his
farm he has produced aa much aa
139 bushels of oats to the sere aad ••
buaheli of wheat lo the aere. Tha
quality of his oats may be Judffd
from the fact tbat tor five years ha
won the premier honors for thla crop
at the Alberta Provincial Seed Fair.
He has also been a regular eihlbltor
and prise winner at the International
Boll Products Exposition and other
exhibitions held ln the United Statee.
It baa been Mr. Lucas' ambition to
become a good farmer and ha haa
■pared no efforts to learn all ha
could about his profession. He spent
tbe winters of 1912 and 1113 ta Iowa
as part of hia agricultural education.
Here ht visited some of the host
farms In the State, asked lota of
questions, saw a good deal and came
away with aa much knowledge aa he
could father. He consldera than two
winters apent in Iowa among the
beat Investments he ever made. He
learned much about horses, cattle
and hogs, and.also how good farmers
select the ears of corn, how In this
way they Increase the yield, producing ears true to type and uniform
In size. He figured that If corn could
be so much Improved by selection
the same thing could be done with
the heads of wheat, oats, barley and
hills rff potatoes He came back to
Alberta and began to use {Ua knowledge. Not only haa ha increaaaA *e
yield of thee* trope bt haa img.inl
tha quality and type as well, Instead
tf flelda of oats, barley and other
crepe with heads or all sizes he has
now flelda of these grains wllh heads
nearly all alike. By hand selection
o! potatoes, saving only the prolific
hills true to type, he has been able
to produce as high as thirty-seven
marketable potatoes from one hill,
and from one potato planted a yield
of seventy-three pounds of potatoes.
Thti la a record difficult to beat anywhere. '
Thaoa are some of the things a city
boy has been able to do on a farm.
Not only has be become tho owner of
a large area of land but on this land
ha la producing crops ot the highest
quality and a maximum quantity.
Practically tbe whole of the crop
grown by him he sells aa seed at a
higher price than tbat obtained by
the averagt fanner, and the demand
for what he produces ls greater than
he ean supply.
Ha li also a great believer In livestock. A man who has studied farming aa he has done naturally would
be. Cattle, hogs and horses are raised on his farm and the same painstaking care in the selection of types
and breeding la paid to livestock as
ha pays to the selection of grain,
with results equally aa satisfactory.
The success of John W. Lucas
should be Inspiring to many a city
boy. "Any boy can do what I have
done la thla country," he says. "AU
It needs, la persistence." To this
may bt added patience and a deslra
to excel, qualities possessed by mott
aueoeaaful meo, whether In city eg
•eaanw.

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